Turning over a new leaf at the New Year may be a very good thing this year for some as far as the real estate market is concerned.
Something like “Great in ‘08” seems to have a nice ring to it about now, doesn’t it?
Many of us are indeed ready for a fresh start and will welcome the New Year with open arms.
Personally I think that the bad news is about all out on the table and may be overstated by some real estate pundits, at least in some markets.
I did some checking yesterday, and a number of HomeGain member agents had great success stories in 2007 with just their HomeGain business. In fact, we have agents in CA, NV, PA, TX and VA that increased their HomeGain business, based on the number of closings, from 25% to well over 100% in some cases.
Those same agents increased their business, based on commissions earned, by from 20% to over 100% again. And that’s just a portion of their overall business.
While real estate news reports during the year centered on the sub-prime meltdown, increased foreclosures across the nation, falling home prices and sales, and mortgage company bankruptcies, Continue reading this post