“Have we hit bottom in  Real Estate yet?”
Existing Sales Report        12,247 Homes        Sell Every Day        and 8,940 Buyers        Receive a Mortgage         ...
Housing Recovery         “Home price trends provided further evidence         that housing has turned the corner, with the...
Housing Recovery     “In terms of its contribution to real     GDP, residential fixed investment has been     a positive -...
Housing Recovery   “Housing continues to be a bright spot   as news from the housing market has   been relatively upbeat, ...
EXPERTS SAY HOUSING PRICES ARE ABOUT TO TURN  Each quarter, Pulsenomics surveys a “distinguished panel of over 100  econom...
Return on Investment50      January 2000 – September 2012                         4230         19.710                     ...
Marti Hampton                                   100 Lynn Road                                  Raleigh, NC 27609          ...
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Have we hit bottom in real estate?

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Everyone is always asking me, "Marti, how's the real estate market?" or "Marti, have we hit bottom yet in real estate?"
Well, take it from me and the experts like Dr. Alex Villacorta, Morgan Stanley, and Doug Duncan who are saying that we are turning the corner in housing recovery. Don't just take my word for it! The numbers speak for themselves.

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Have we hit bottom in real estate?

  1. 1. “Have we hit bottom in Real Estate yet?”
  2. 2. Existing Sales Report 12,247 Homes Sell Every Day and 8,940 Buyers Receive a Mortgage NAR 8/2012
  3. 3. Housing Recovery “Home price trends provided further evidence that housing has turned the corner, with the momentum of the recovery picking up speed… right now the market is the strongest it’s been since the start of the downturn, and barring a major economic meltdown, we expect to see this organic growth sustain and strengthen through the end of the year.” Dr. Alex Villacorta, Director of Research and Analytics at Clear CapitalClear Capital 7/10/2012
  4. 4. Housing Recovery “In terms of its contribution to real GDP, residential fixed investment has been a positive - albeit modest - force over the most recent four quarters, marking its longest span of back-to-back positive results since 2005.” Morgan StanleyMorgan Stanley 7/2012
  5. 5. Housing Recovery “Housing continues to be a bright spot as news from the housing market has been relatively upbeat, presenting a rare upside boost to the economy.”Doug DuncanFannie Mae Chief EconomistFannie Mae 7/23/2012
  6. 6. EXPERTS SAY HOUSING PRICES ARE ABOUT TO TURN Each quarter, Pulsenomics surveys a “distinguished panel of over 100 economists, investment strategists, and housing market analysts regarding their 5-year expectations for future home prices in the United States.” Here are the results of their latest survey: Price appreciation/depreciation expected over the next five years: The average pre-bubble (1987-1999) annual appreciation was 3.6%
  7. 7. Return on Investment50 January 2000 – September 2012 4230 19.710 1-10 -22-30-50 Dow S&P NASDAQ Real Estate MSN Money.com, Case Shiller
  8. 8. Marti Hampton 100 Lynn Road Raleigh, NC 27609 Marti@Martihampton.com Martihampton.comRe/Max – #1 Real Estate Company In the WorldRe/Max One – #1 Re/Max Office In The CarolinasTeam Marti – #1 Team In The Triangle

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