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HomeGain 2009 Mid-Year Home Sales Report

Home Sales Results by MSA For AgentEvaluator¬ģ Subscribers

top-10-real-estate-marketsEarlier this week, MDA Dataquick reported that in HomeGain’s backyard, the San Francisco Bay area, home sales in June had jumped by 20% YOY. Solano County, a long term poster child and whipping boy for the foreclosure crisis, saw a whopping 67% increase in sales during the same time and reached sales levels not seen since August 2006.

The million dollar question is, have things bottomed out?

It’s sure starting to seem that way. Prices have started to stabilize, or in some markets actually beginning to go up as foreclosures are accounting for a less percentage of the total properties sold.

In the recent HomeGain home prices survey, Gillian Goldrich of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Woodbridge, CT noted ‚ÄúMarkets are definitely picking up‚Ķbuyers¬† are getting off the fence and taking advantage of tremendous buys.‚ÄĚ Many of our agents expressed similar opinions as they are seeing declining inventory levels , raising prices and multiple offers.

Looking Back

The first half of 2009 was a memorable one for HomeGain agents as several achievements were reached. We  inducted our second agent (Alan Shafran) into the HomeGain Million Dollar Club for generating over 1 million dollars in gross closed commissions. Seventeen agents were inducted into the HomeGain Diamond Club for generating a half-million dollars in gross closed commissions.

Combined with the dozens of agents inducted into each of our Silver, Gold and Platinum Clubs, HomeGain AgentEvaluator agents used the turbulent conditions to further grow and expand their market opportunities.

Top MSA’s for First Half of 2009:                    Continue reading this post


Posted by: Matt Malmgren on July 21st, 2009 under AgentEvaluator, Market Trends

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HomeGain 2008 3rd Quarter Home Sales Report

Home Sales Results by MSA For AgentEvaluator‚ĄĘ Agents

As we wrap up one of the most heated presidential campaigns in recent times this month and constituents everywhere head to the polls on November 4th, voters in towns all over America, worried about the troubled economy, have a major concern.

That is, they still need to provide a roof over their heads for their families, either as a homeowner, renter, or perhaps by residing with family.


Even as we are saturated with doom and gloom in the media and falling home prices , things do not change. Life goes on regardless of the turbulent economy and current housing crisis.


As Realtors, we are here to help serve people with that need, and our help is perhaps required more than ever in these challenging times.


There is still plenty of activity out there in the market, albeit more ‚Äútire kickers‚ÄĚ than you‚Äôll find in a normal, balanced market. Real estate agents tell me home buyers‚Äô and sellers‚Äô expectations are slowly adjusting to the market in many areas.


Listed here are the top 10 areas for both home buyers and home sellers where HomeGain consumers closed sales during the first three quarters of 2008.


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Posted by: Peggy Boehm on October 9th, 2008 under HomeGain Market Data


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