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  • LATEST BLOG 09.15.2014 Real Estate Correction

    I ran into another Calabasas real estate agent who was acting a little bit down and as we got talking they kept complaining about price reductions and falling prices. I mentioned that I am feeling a correction but that I was not worried about falling prices. “Isn’t that the same thing?” No, not really. A correction is like a breather on the way to the top of the mountain. If you are running full speed, like the real estate market has been in Calabasas and Woodland Hills, then you are more likely to need to stop for a breath. Once you catch your breath you can continue your climb. Whether you continue by sprinting more or walking the rest of the way is hard to say. Your ability to climb is like the fundamentals of real estate. The fundamentals are still strong. There is still strong demand from buyers and sellers alike. Pent up demand. Interest rates are still at a low and in fact lower than they were earlier in the year.

    If we keep using the mountain climber example the crash of 2008 was a fundamental breakdown.

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