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The housing slump is not (yet) a recession

 
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:50 pm GMT    Post subject: The housing slump is not (yet) a recession Reply with quote

EXCERPT: "So, a slowdown in housing can be a very, very big deal, and a slowdown is apparently what we’re experiencing now..."

http://bit.ly/RESlump

What evidence are you seeing in Greater Boston? Have our own stories, but would prefer to hear yours...

Maybe over beer, at our next #REonTap in Cambridge, Lynn, Somerville, or your call (__FILL in BLANK by commenting below)? Or should we think bigger and celebrate with a Boston Realty Party, as we've one in the past, on the anniversary of the REAL Boston Tea Party? This year is the 245th anniversary, 12/16/18.

See blog post. Party like it’s 1773… …or should we say, like the real estate party’s over?

http://bit.ly/REPartyOver
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:55 pm GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we can get a buyer agent or others from Seattle to join us, should we host an event to track what's happening there, and whether it might foreshadow a price correction in metro Boston?

http://bit.ly/SeattleDown11Pct

Some anecdotal information is suggesting it's already underway. That's what one of our buyers has concluded, when they canceled their showing this morning and intention to make an offer.
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