Ventura Homes for Sale: What Determines the Market?

by Gary and Lisa Schoeffler on July 20, 2011

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Most people think of the real estate market as something that’s measured like the stock market—bearish or bullish. In real estate, the common expressions for a bull market are “up,” “strong,” “good,” “hot,” and “seller’s.” A bearish market is described as “soft,” “bad,” “down,” or “buyer’s.” On a daily basis, you’ll hear the media use these expressions to describe the real estate market based on facts and figures, most of which are confusing to the average investor.

Let’s discuss each of the categories for the numbers you may be hearing and see how they affect the market and, more importantly, your investing strategies.

As this article discusses there are many factors to determining the market: New Home Sales, Home Resales, Mortgage Applications, Rental Vacancy Rates… read the full article and gain some insights into how the market is impacted and how that will impact your decisions.

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Gary and Lisa Schoeffler are Ventura Real Estate Professionals specializing in residential real estate. Their expertise in helping both buyers and sellers is widely recognized in Ventura County. How can they assist you today? Wondering what the market is like? Call them, they will be happy to talk with you about it. 805-320-4472

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