May 25, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
The dwindling inventories - driven by a mix of reluctant sellers, fewer foreclosure resales and rising demand - are spreading as the housing market gains strength.
Sales seem to be going up in a run. Not a fast run but a slow, steady run. Now the mortgage credit offerings really need to keep up with this demand. I wonder how many of these sales are from first-time homeowners, I'm guessing not many. But at least the sales are going!
3:06 pm, Tuesday, May 29, 2012:
RE: Seller's market returns as homes for sale drop in some areas
..... The system is a positive feedback system. More spending will cause even more spending because of that extra spending, and the economy will improve as a result, including more jobs and therefore fewer unemployed. Maybe only in bits and pieces at first, but it's a hopeful sign.
..... I want to see a reduction of ALL debts, much more optimism and far more happiness! GOOD LUCK!
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