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Shifting market?

In the past 30 days, we’ve seen a shift in activity that indicates a slowing market. The question to ask – is this temporary, seasonal, or just the normal ebb and flow of markets in general? No markets keep steaming … Continue reading

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Cheverly End-of-summer Market Update

I’ve been pondering the ups and downs of our market so far in 2013. There’s no doubt about it, we had a terrific Spring market. It started earlier than usual, in February, and soared along until the end of June. … Continue reading

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More Fun with Numbers

What’s more exciting than tracking pending sales? Comparing pending sales with the number of properties that have settled! I mean, WOOHOO! Consider the following. In a really hot market, the pending sales and closed sales track each other pretty closely. … Continue reading

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Damn Lies and Market Statistics

Anyone who knows me knows that I love what statistics tell me about the real estate market. I have charts and data on the Cheverly market going back more than 10 years. (All I can say is – Microsoft Excel … Continue reading

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What Sold Last Month and Why It Doesn’t Mean Anything

Okay, it doesn’t mean much! Many real estate agents across the country send out information about what has sold in the previous month. Interesting information, to be sure. But just how useful is it? Here is the list Cheverly homes … Continue reading

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