Back To School

Dated: 09/21/2017

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The world has a lot of problems, but real estate ain't one -- at least not for now.  Take a look at the attached statistics just released from the MLS for Jackson County.  In short, prices are up, inventory is down and property is flying off the market.

Now that school is back in session and we are getting a taste for the turn of the seasons, a lot of would-be home sellers put their desires to sell on hold assuming spring will yield a better result.  That, in my opinion, couldn't be farther from the truth.

Are you considering selling your home?  Consider today's market conditions and how favorable the current balance of inventory is to a seller.  Sure, come spring time birds are chirping and flowers are in bloom, but usually there are more people trying to sell their homes which gives buyer's a little more choice and that can cut in the the edge you need to make the most of your real estate goals.


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Rocky Primo

Rocky is a lifelong resident of Southern Oregon and has been a licensed real estate broker with John L. Scott Medford since 2001. In that time he has won numerous awards for top sales production and ....

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