It all Doesn't Have to Be Bad!

By
Real Estate Agent

It all doesn't have to be bad!  The market is really hard on some.  But on the other hand, it can be very exciting for those first time home buyers that have waited patiently to buy their first home.  Nothing can compare to the excitement and smiles when you place the key in their hands.  It is a great feeling....

It is a slow go to sell out there.  A lot of agents are struggling to support their families and sellers are finally getting a clue that their home just might be over-priced. 

With all the excuses out there....why not meet the challenge of it all?  Face it head on and just do the best you can.  Your best will be good enough!  The right people will recognize your good will and commitment. 

This storm will too pass!  Until then...just arm yourself with knowledge and network!  HELP!

Have a great day! 

Comments (2)

David Spencer
Keller Williams Northland - Kansas City, MO
Show Me real estate in Kansas City
Well, we have seen reports of bridges falling. However, I have not heard of any REALTORS jumping off of bridges. So maybe it isn't so bad.
Aug 31, 2007 08:44 AM
Catherine Gavin-Larive
Real Estate One - Oscoda, MI
Realtor Associate Broker

Well, we've all seen the reports/heard the news.  Let's face it, it could be worse...Interest rates as high as 18% or more on home loans.  Yes, small businesses are struggling, homeowners are worried with jobloss and skyrocketing prices in the retail markets.  Historically we have been down this road before...and we have come together and risen to the occasion.  Let's not spread the doom and gloom instead put a positive spin on this economy.

 Buyer's who may otherwise not have been able to purchase their first homes are now in positions where they can afford to purchase a home and stop renting or living with Mom and Dad.  Believe it or not there are consumers out there with money to spend, and they are starting to spend in the housing sector from what I am seeing these past two weeks. Our inventory's or Bank Foreclosures are declining.  Multiple offers on properties in some cases. 

Jan 24, 2009 01:45 PM