Lower Home Prices for Anytown

According to a new report by S&P/Case-Shiller, house prices around the nation, including Anytown, fell a record 14.1 percent compared to the first quarter of 2007.

Reasons sited in the report include low consumer confidence around the nation, steep gasoline prices, and over stock of new homes.

Many of these factors are present in the Anytown area. Add the increased competition for selling homes in Anytown and finding a home that is right for you becomes a confusing assortment of choices and options.

As a real estate agent for Real Estate Marketing Agency, I know it can be overwhelming to find residential in the best of conditions. With the added pressure of the market, concerns about the future, and too many options, it can be downright terrifying to find a residential in Anytown that you can be happy with.

On the bright side for anyone looking to buy residential real estate in the Anytown, now is a great time to buy. Serious sellers are getting anxious, while casual sellers are pulling off the market. The result is an Anytown real estate market full of good opportunities to buy real estate.

Read the official report at ft.com: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aYDfc3P6rZys&refer=home

-Chris Johnson, real estate content marketing