Optimism and Opportunity in St George Utah

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Real Estate Agent with ERA Brokers Consolidated
This market is a difficult trial to those closely associated with it, i.e. Builders, Lenders, Appraisers, Title Co's and Realtors. IMO, professionals in each of those groups would be wise to exercise CAUTIOUS optimism, and find the exceptional opportunities that exist in times of irrational panic. I am personally buying properties, and will continue buying. I expect, and intend to look back in the next few years and be grateful for the opportunities that existed in the "doom and gloom" of 2008. I believe that intelligent buying now, will be rewarded. My advice, find the opportunities that exist in YOUR market, and take the lead. The public will regain confidence gradually, as they see industry professionals who recognize opportunity. Ray Cox ERA Brokers Consolidated raycoxrealestate@hotmail.com 435-467-7653
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