Real Estate is NOT Dead!

Real Estate Agent with Reece & Nichols

As long as people still need roofs over their heads, real estate will live.  Real estate isn't dying, it's just changing.  Many people who might have bought a few years ago are now renting due to financing challenges.  Also, investors who used to rely on the stock market for solid returns are looking for alternative investments.  So... connect the dots.  Agents can help investors find and procure investment property.  The world is changing, we must change with it.

Comments (5)

Doug Rogers
Bayou Properties - Alexandria, LA
Your Alexandria Louisiana Agent

I sold a home last year that was built in 1934. Even in the height of the Great Depression people were buying and selling real estate.

Oct 04, 2011 03:27 AM
Allan Sanchez
Roseville CA & Rocklin CA Short Sale Agent - Roseville, CA
Rocklin & Roseville, Short Sale Agent

So true Rachel.  As the market adjusts and shifts happen, it may feel like real estate is dying.  Real estate is peaks and valleys and it always picks up after these shifts.


Oct 04, 2011 03:29 AM
Randy Bocook
Keller Williams Coastal Area Partners - Richmond Hill, GA
Selling Coastal Georgia

Very true Rachel. We must be willing to adapt to these changes in order for the market to keep going! Thanks for the sharing.

Oct 04, 2011 03:30 AM
Morris Massre
Pembroke Pines, FL
Real Estate Instructor Broward County Florida

I heard a good evaluation of the market the other day; real estate is not dead, it's just devalued.

Oct 04, 2011 04:09 AM
Ken Brandon
Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage (Jacksonville, NC) - Jacksonville, NC
Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC

I have found that sellers who are able, ready, and willing to sell, and buyers that are able, ready, and willing to buy still make real estate transactions happen. The change has been you must be "able" first.

Oct 04, 2011 10:34 AM