By Jody Durket
Intero Real Estate
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Homeowners in El Dorado Hills who were forced to put off selling their homes because of the downturn in the housing market are now discovering that their homes are worth more than they thought, and there are a large number of buyers looking to purchase those homes.
“Many homeowners began to tune out news about the real estate market while it was all negative,” said Jody Durket with Intero Real Estate. “Today’s trends are much more positive, however, and homeowners are starting to pay attention again.”
Homeowners who had not paid attention to the rapidly shifting market were surprised to learn how dramatically things have changed. “The rate at which prices have risen has caught many people off guard,” Durket said. “That is why I stay on top of the trends so that I can inform homeowners in my market.”
Durket has developed a free report entitled “The Great Housing Rush” that is accessible from her website, JodyHelps.com.