(PRWEB) March 28, 2013
The Real Estate Marketing Insider released a statement outlining its response to a news release by marketwatch.com that shows a substantial increase in market confidence among professionals in the real estate world. REMI stated that the news of increased confidence was cause for optimism among realtors, and advised them to add properties to their portfolios with confidence that properties would sell quickly and for good prices.
The marketwatch.com report surveyed upwards of 2,400 real estate professionals from all corners of the business, including realty, real estate sales and marketing, and online real estate sales. The surveyed professionals are all members of ActiveRain, a real estate social network. The participants in the survey were asked whether they thought that real estate values and sales would increase in 2013 as compared to the numbers in 2012. A whopping 84 percent respondents said that they expected 2013 sales and price levels to be higher than 2012. That number is inspiring in itself, but what is even more important is that the values confidence rise marks a 28-percent increase from a similar survey given last year.
The Insider celebrates the return of market confidence among realtors, yet another sign that the real estate world is beginning to recover in earnest from the setbacks of the 2008 crash. As real estate professionals begin to see the real estate world differently, the actual market will be affected for the better. Thus, REMI advises realtors to be optimistic that this growth in the market will come true, and begin investing in diverse and widespread properties to expand their portfolios. The properties can come from anywhere, and diversity is encouraged; consider listing a few San Diego vacation rentals alongside suburban homes and big-city condos. Diverse listings can be carried with confidence, and REMI believes that they will sell quickly and reward their realtors with great commissions.
The Real Estate Marketing Insider expressed its views on a new report of increase market confidence among real estate professionals. REMI advised its realtor readers to invest optimistically, and work to expand and diversify their holdings and listings as the market begins to heal even further.
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