Stroman Realty and "Ask a Texas REALTOR®" Focus On Sound Economic Condition of Texas Real Estate Market

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Stroman Realty, Inc. joins to spread the truth about Texas real estate. "Ask a Texas REALTOR®" campaigns on statewide market conditions and encourages consumers to learn more from local Texas REALTORS®

Wearing a poncho in Texas because it's raining in New York doesn't make sense. Like the weather, what's happening in Texas cannot be compared to the national real estate market, and Texas REALTORS® are doing something about it.

Stroman Realty, Inc. is participating with the "Ask a Texas REALTOR®" campaign, a statewide effort to shed light on the distinctive aspects of the Texas real estate market and encourage consumers to give a call to their Texas REALTOR® for sound real estate advice. In addition to local traditional real estate, Stroman, since 1979, has also specialized in vacation timeshare resales and rentals worldwide.

It's been said that it's easy to let the doom and gloom of the national news give Texans the wrong impression about their real estate prospects, and while we're not immune to national economic conditions, we're certainly insulated from them and remain one of the healthiest real estate markets in the country. These are facts that too many Texans are simply not hearing.

Texas' diverse economy, strong job growth, and enduring real estate values make economic conditions in Texas significantly better than the national averages. These are facts that the "Ask a Texas REALTOR®" campaign emphasizes. In fact, they encourage consumers to consult with a Texas REALTOR® to learn more about their local market conditions and to evaluate their own personal situation to make thoroughly thought out decisions.

According to Brooke Hunt, chairman of the Texas Association of REALTORS®, "Texans hear figures like 'prices are down 23 percent' and they don't know that news pertains to Arizona or California. In fact, average sales prices in Texas are unchanged from 2007 to 2008. Texans deserve to know that, which is what the 'Ask a Texas REALTOR®' campaign is all about."

About the "Ask a Texas REALTOR®" campaign or get the truth about Texas real estate for yourself, visit TexasRealEstate.com.

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