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Where homebuyers LOOK on the web

According to the 2012 NAR (National Association of Realtors) profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, most buyers look to the local Multiple Listing Service website to view local listings prior to purchase.  Next, they look at, the gorilla website in America, followed closely by agent’s websites. I just revamped my agent website at with a great search feature making it easy to …

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Iowa City area 2009 home sales

It’s close enough to the end of the year to have a peek at 2009 home sales for the area. There were 2,331 homes sold for an average $182,708 that sold in an average of 102 days. In 2007 there were 2600 sales and 2300 in 2008. I’d day we’re pretty stable!

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NAR home sales prediction

So, what’s the deal? We’re all trying to look into the crystal ball and see what our home value future is. Well, the NAR is indicating that 2005 was a banner year for sales, they dipped and will be increasing through 2007 and 2008. Keep in mind that these are numbers of sales and not sales prices, but it is good news for the …

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Sales checkup

So, how’s it going so far this year for sales? I only ask because I keep hearing about a tough sales market in real estate, and since I’m a real estate broker, it matters to me how the market is. And, it’s not just a professional interest, this is how I make my livelyhood! Well, I looked up home sales in our market for …

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Modest Gains Expected for 2007 Home Sales!

Walter Molony of the National Association of Realtors says we’re in for an increase in the number of homes sold nationallly. 2005 was a banner year with 7.03 million home units sold. Last November, (2006) the annual 2006 sales were 6.28 million and should be rising gradually in 2007. It is early yet, but this news fits with what’s happening in the Iowa City …

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