What to Expect in the New Year.

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The new year brings new strategies, budgets, and outlooks on where you want to be by the end of the year. The housing marketing in 2013 was actually a very productive one.
Even with an iffy-economy and unemployment rate, new houses and structures were still popping up around the country. When looking at the statistics, the numbers still appear low compared to a fully-healthy economy, but comparing them to the numbers at the economic crash, we have been steadily recovering.
This year was a great year for sellers. With the economy slowly recovering, many people were out there purchasing homes for the first time or upgrading.
In the seller's favor, home prices have been steadily rising 10%-12%, according to Jonathan Miller, president & CEO of Miller Samuel. 
For buyers, 2014 is looking to be more promising. With more housing options, it is really a matter of finding your ideal abode.
There is talk of restructuring the way mortgages are handled. With these changes, private mortgage companies will be able to compete with the top-dogs and rates should become more competitive as well.
We can only speculate for now, but an optimistic outlook is always the most productive!
To stay ahead of the curb, especially if the market is tilting in favor of the buyer, home buyer leads can also tilt the market in your favor.
If more people are going to be looking to buy, they are going to be looking for help on where to even start!
Get involved in leads and be their ambassador to the real estate world!

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