This is a December 2010 Keller Williams Real Estate Update. It is great information not only for my Sarasota clients, but also for buyers and sellers nationwide.
This is a November 2010 Keller Williams Real Estate Update. It is great information not only for my Sarasota clients, but also for buyers and sellers nationwide.
This Month in Real Estate October 2010 Market Update The housing market continues its slow recovery without the aid of the now expired tax credit. Sales are slower but growing, and prices remain on par with last year’s levels. Interest rates also hit a new historic low, a major factor in helping keep […]
This Month in Real Estate September 2010 Market Update The housing market was off to a rocky start as the second half of the year began. Much of the volatility, however, was anticipated and attributed to the now-expired tax credit. Despite softened sales this last month, home prices continued to gain – thanks in […]
This Month in Real Estate August 2010 Market Update Housing activity continues to remain above year-ago levels despite some setbacks resulting from the now-expired tax credit. Improved stability in home prices with similar levels of distressed properties seen last year offers a hopeful sign the market is holding its ground. However, the economy still has […]
This Month in Real Estate July 2010 Commentary The U.S. housing market continues to benefit from the tax credit: home prices and sales remain above year-ago levels. As the summer progresses, however, the positive impact of government stimulus will wind down. Experts point to improved stability as a sign the market can likely hold […]
This Month in Real Estate June 2010 Commentary The housing sector continues to show signs of recovery. Together the tax credit (which expired at the end of April), the more upbeat consumer confidence, and favorable market conditions all contributed to bolstering April’s sales activity – with existing home sales increasing for the second straight month.
The economic recovery continues gaining traction slowly but steadily. First quarter GDP, the key measure of the economy, came in at a positive 3.2 percent – an indicator that we have arrived, at last, at a sustainable recovery.