Increased buyer activity

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Southern Arizona

I have seen a measurable increase in inquiries, not clicks, coming through the internet in the past couple of weeks. It could be seasonal, but it could also mean that buyers are really thinking about buying. What a novel idea! Our market is long overdue for some serious people to show up and write contracts. I hope you all are seeing the same thing.

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SRS Council - Seller Representative Specialist
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John Howard
Century 21 LeMac Realty - Mountain Home, AR
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Charlie,  It certainly feels that way here in the Mountain Home, Arkansas area.  My secretary made 12 appointments for showings from competition offices this morning.  Great to have the activity!

Oct 29, 2010 02:13 PM #1
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Li Read
Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring) - Salt Spring Island, BC
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This does seem to be a general thing, region to region....let's not assume it isn't "real"!    Nothing stays down or up, "forever", and there's always a shift moment.

Oct 29, 2010 02:22 PM #2
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Jeff Getman
Realty Executives of Ravalli County - Hamilton, MT
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We've seen a slight uptick in showing activity in the last year. Turning the showings into contracts and then closings is the real challenge! But the activity does seem to have picked up ever so slightly. Let's hope we're heading in the right direction.

Oct 29, 2010 02:45 PM #3
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