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Housing Market Reports are Rather Confusing
April 29, 2012, 4:42 pm
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Several articles related to the “Housing Market” are included below.    One of the articles talks about how confusing it is to know….Have we hit bottom, are
prices rising?  As a Realtor in both Florida and Michigan, I agree with the article included below….”There is NO National Housing Market”  Real Estate only matters in the locale that you are buying and/or selling in.  Your Realtor should be able to help you sort through the market information.  Buyers and Sellers need a competent Realtor who can help them make informed decisions based on market conditions of  the local market.
TIMETIME.com - Business
Has the Housing Market Finally Hit Bottom?
By CHRISTOPHER MATTHEWS |  April 27, 2012
Read the Article
Real estate news and analysis from The Wall Street Journal
April 25, 2012, 10:14 AMOne reason for the confusion is that there’s no such thing as a national housing market. That may have been true in 2004, when all housing markets rose together, or in 2008, when they all fell together. But one difficulty in writing about “the housing market” is that there isn’t “one” market—and increasingly, the nation’s many housing markets are moving in different directions.  Read more:  Some Housing Markets are Rising; Others, Not So Much

DSNews.com
SUN APR 29, 2012
Some Markets to Hit Bottom and Rise

HOUSINGWIRE
By Justin T. Hilley
• April 26, 2012 • 9:53am
NAR Pending House Sales Rise to the Highest Level in 2 Years
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