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“ADAPTING TO CHANGE”
Traditionally, real estate sales and unemployment rates have experienced a negative correlation. That is, as umemployment rates have gone down, the number of home sales has gone up, largely because a rise in employment brings people closer to homeownership. Against this background, sellers and their agents should also note that a volatile stock market and rising interest rates tend to undermine the balance between employment and home sales. Home affordability is also likely to be undercut somewhat by the new tax law that placees limitations on the deduction of mortgage interest and state and local taxes. These factors, along with rising inventories, should prompt sellers to remain flexible in the face of new realities. Whether you are buying or selling real estate, we are the professionals you’ll want for the job. Our rigorous training, years of experience, and love of what we do make us eminently qualified to lead you through the realities of real estate transactions. WIth our contacts and access to numerous tools for finding the solution you’re hoping for, we can make it easy for you. All it takes is a call to our office to set up an appointment. “OUR SUCCESS HAS BEEN BUILT ONE SATISIFIED CUSTOMER AT A TIME.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]