New Years Predictions: None!

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Community Partners

After seven years in the real estate industry it would be safe to say that we have an idea what is going on in our local real estate market.

Instead of making bold 2012 real estate predictions I have decided to decline.

Why?

Because every other real estate agent, real estate company, and professional organization has already published theirs! My clients have read some of them but not many.

So my crystal ball stays in the closet with my ouija board, rabbits foot, and all other prognosticating devices that I own.

All I tell my clients is to be realistic and hope for a 2012 that was better than 2011.

 

Happy New Year to all!

 

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Bud & Beth McKinney
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Randy - I am going to start my days with affirmations and one is:   2012 is going to be much better than 2011.   I am going to believe that, not hope it and I have gotten to work on some major things to make it happen.   Wishing you a fantastic new year.  You don't need the resolution -- you just need to believe in yourself.

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Good morning Randy and congratulations on an original thought. I don't do predictions either. In our business the only certainty is the unknown. Suggested.

January 02, 2012 09:13 AM
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