Don't believe every thing you hear on TV or read in the Newspapers!

Real Estate Sales Representative with Re/Max Central
You know and I know you can not believe everything you hear on TV and in the newspapers. Anyone with any common sense realizes that the up swing in Real Estate prices could not go on forever. If it did, Our children would never be able to be a home owner. The market for sure has slowed down but only for the sellers. The buyers are still out there and active. Couples get married and want a home. Older people  can no longer take the steps in their house and need a one story. People pass-away or people retire and want to move geographically. As a practicing Realtor for almost 18 years I have seen the good and bad in the markets. This too will pass. So when you are chatting with friends or family, remember that this is a great time to buy Real Estate. And don't believe every thing you read or hear. Thanks!

Comments (4)

Keith Elliott Jr
KEIRE Realty Group - Manassas, VA
Principal Broker/Owner

Hi Perky,

Welcome to Active Rain! The opportunities to learn and network are incredible here. Best of luck to ya!


Dec 26, 2007 01:30 PM
Brian Hoots
Real Living Speckman Realty, Inc. - Bourbonnais, IL
Perky, Great post,  it is a great time to buy.  Welcome to Active Rain!
Dec 26, 2007 04:43 PM
Rick Sergison
EXP Realty of Canada Inc., Brokerage - Pickering, ON
Durham Region Real Estate Blog
So glad you have joined Active rain. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do. Best of luck to you in 2008!
Dec 27, 2007 12:18 AM
Andrew Haslett
Van Warren Home Inspections, NAHI CRI - Fort Knox, KY
Heartland of Kentuckynulls, Best Home Inspector

Perky, it is interesting to read AR members' earliest posts.

I don't really watch TV, haven't since 1976. I see bits and pieces now and then, but my house has a TV only for the VCR / DVD capabilities -- no cable, no favorite TV shows to be viewed every week, no Monday night football ....

Not watching TV, I miss out on much of the negative news. I didn't know about all the doom and gloom until April 2008.

Jun 11, 2009 03:27 PM