Real Estate

Eighty-five percent of agents must be right

By From page HS3 | July 19, 2013

While watching the evening news last week, there was a story regarding how the real estate market has improved over last year. As evidence, the reporter had included the results from a survey of real estate agents with 85 percent saying it was a good time to buy. With respect to my fellow agents, when did we not think it was a good time to buy or sell for that matter? Asking an agent about whether the time is right to buy is like asking your dentist if your teeth need cleaning, your chiropractor if you need an adjustment or your life insurance agent if you need more insurance. But of course, now is always a great time to buy.

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