Last week in Review

Good Morning from Sunny Dallas Texas,

I am at the Keller Williams “Family Reunion” where over 10,000 Keller Williams agents have gotten together to go over the state of the economy. There are sessions to get the best of the best ideas to get our properties sold in ways we have never thought of before!

They announced yesterday that Keller Williams is now the largest real estate franchise company by agent count in the United States. In recent years, the company has surpassed RE/MAX, Century 21, and Coldwell Banker to secure the industry’s top position. This news, based on publically available information as of Feb. 6, 2013 is exciting. I will ask the question so you do not have to: What does that have to do with buying or selling a home?

The answer is quite simple.

The referral networks that are in place, not only in the US but Globally, help us to help you buy and/or sell!

I spent time learning more about the Global initiative and getting the state of the art techniques and systems to implement nailed down. I am really excited about this because it will effect all of our buyers and sellers in every price range.

Next week I will share with you some of the great information I have gleaned so far this week.

We have had many showings on our properties and we are negotiating on offers even while I am gone!

In addition to the normal pendings and sold for the week, I am including the statistics for Yamhill County “Months of Inventory”.

I am working on the other counties and should have those to you next week.

Bottom line is that in the price ranges from 0-250k it is a “Seller’s” market. Over 250k we are still in a “Buyer’s” market however moving slowing towards a Seller’s market. Although there are 29 years of inventory for a million and above we are actually see more activity in the last few months even in those price ranges.

Have a great day I will be back at the end of the week,

Thank you for your trust in us!

Kelly

 

Please look at our pendings and solds  for the week!

 



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