The cold spring real estate market has cooled off significantly over the past year, but it’s here to stay. New construction continues to dominate the market, with most of the activity in the area around Fort Worth and Dallas.
I know, I know, it’s hot for spring. I’m not saying we should go the entire year without some sort of spring break, but it’s good to see that real estate activity is still strong enough to keep a realtor’s attention.
There’s no way to tell that this market is going to get worse before it gets better, but it still looks as interesting as ever. I have to say though, it’s good to see that we’re not in the same situation as the early 2000’s when real estate was so hot. With so much competition in the market, it’s a good sign that it’s not just the big players that have a good chance of buying and selling here.
Well, its almost like the real estate that was in high demand in the early 2000s is now a commodity. Like any commodity its always good to see that a new generation of buyers and sellers have taken over, but now they are the only ones buying and selling.
While real estate has always been a hot commodity to those who invested early in the market and stayed the course, now a new generation of buyers and sellers are taking over. We should be able to expect a lot more competition in the market in the coming months, especially when new technology allows us to track how much a home is worth on any given day.
One of the main factors driving the increase of competition in the real estate market is the internet. The internet allows us to not only access all of the tools, services, and information we would need to negotiate a home, it also allows us to be in constant communication with each other. One can imagine the advantages of having an “internet in the room” discussion in the bedroom, while not having to spend a lot of time on the phone with a real estate agent to get a response.
This is not to say that there aren’t disadvantages to being online. In fact, the internet definitely has its own challenges. For example, one of the biggest advantages of the internet is the ability to share information with others. This is very difficult in real life, because one can’t just post something, then decide it’s not worth posting. In the real world, there are more problems than advantages, like the fact that people cannot see what you posted for some reason.
The internet isn’t the only place you have to deal with this problem. It would be very hard for you to post something on Facebook that you didn’t have to post on Twitter if you don’t have the real Twitter account to post to. This also creates problems for everyone else in the real world who might potentially benefit from the posting. One of the biggest problems with the internet is that it makes it very easy to spread your message but hard to really verify it.
Facebook and Youtube are two places that are great for this. The only problem is that they are very easy to be hacked and if you dont have the real account that you posted to, you might get caught and have to pay a fine or possibly be arrested and jailed.
In the real world things are a bit different. There is no real world. There is only you.