San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2013
The Real Estate Marketing Insider announced its recommendation that prospective home buyers consider the possibility of building their dream homes. REMI made this announcement in response to news in the Start Tribune that markets for builders and materials is improving rapidly, and that the price of building a home could soon rise.
Experts in all areas of the building and materials industry agree that their business is poised to grow. Last year, in the hard-hit Twin Cities area of Minnesota, new plans for 14,000 units broke ground, which was more than double the total for the previous year. This year, Twin City business owners across the housing industry are experiencing a surge in the number of contracts and clients. In fact, to accommodate the increased business, one painting company recently invested in a new 5,500 square feet office space. Other materials suppliers are having similar success.
There’s no doubt that the surge in building and materials interest is good for the housing market. The money flowing into these industries will benefit not only the real estate market, but other key areas such as public works and commercial upkeep. Moreover, strength in other areas of the economy will buoy the real estate sector as it continues on its path to recovery. REMI believes that this is a cue for home buyers interested in building property to act quickly. As the market continues to improve, price of materials will only rise. The cheapest and easiest time to build a new home is right now. Realtors should keep this in mind when working with current clients, as well as when shaping realtor advertising campaigns. Advertising their ability to help a client build their dream home will pay off, especially after materials prices begin to rise.
The Real Estate Marketing Insider responded to news of growth in the construction and home materials industry by advising home buyers to build now. The Insider said that this good news for the housing market carries important implications for buyers interested in building, as materials prices would surely begin to rise soon.
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