Monthly Archives: November 2019

Will low inventory off-set seasonal savings homebuyers enjoyed in the past?

#REonTap = Discuss over beer:  Are interest rates above good news or bad news?  Will low inventory levels off-set seasonal savings homebuyers have enjoyed by timing the market? In the past, nearly 1 in 5 homes offered accepted between Thanksgiving

Posted in Affordable housing, Bubble Hour, Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Great Senior Sell-Off, Market trends, Price reductions, Seasonality, Timing the market

Will vote to limit “Coming Soon” listings end practice of forcing buyers to trade agency for access to Pre-MLS inventory?

Shared a version of this DRAFT blog post on a closed Facebook group about 10 days before the Realtors’ preliminary vote today to limit Coming Soon listings. As a long-time consumer advocate / buyer agent who’s business has been starved

Posted in Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Designated Agency, Dual Agency Detective, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Uncategorized, Whisper listings

Not just Peak #LuxRE, Boston home values have ‘likely peaked’ – GBAR

A month after we began asking tough questions about the luxury housing market, it seems that the Greater Boston Association of Realtors is also saying Boston Housing values have “likely peaked.” This tweet reflects some of the stats underlying their

Posted in #REonTap, Bidding wars, Buyer agent, Defensive Homebuying, Downsizing, Great Senior Sell-Off, Housing forecasts, Real Estate Bubble, Seasonality, Timing the market
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