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Conflicting Headlines - Where is the Market Going?

David Bartels

Meet David Bartels - Selected as one of America's Top 100 Real Estate Agents, he is among the Top 1% of of all agents nationwide and leader of the #1 ...

Meet David Bartels - Selected as one of America's Top 100 Real Estate Agents, he is among the Top 1% of of all agents nationwide and leader of the #1 ...

Sep 30 2 minutes read

We're seeing a lot of different headlines in the media that appear to be contradicting each other.  

The Wall Street Journal says the market is in a slump, despite a robust economy. CNBC claims that the Southern California real estate market has crashed, portending a similar fate to the rest of the country, based on an 11.8% decline in sales, year-on-year. Yet the LA Times states the median price of a home is rising to an all time high!

Who is correct and what does it mean for home buyers and sellers? Our own David Bartels digs into the data and explains these discrepancies in detail.

Should you sell now or wait? Is it a good time to buy or will prices continue to trend downward? We'd love to help you get clear answers to these questions and plot a winning strategy.

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