September Home Sales Up 11.5% at Nothnagle Realtors


The National Association of REALTORS® reported that existing home sales fell by 8% in September, the largest decline to show up in records dating back to 1999.

Locally owned and operated Nothnagle Realtors reported their September sales up 11.5%. Although home prices are relatively flat, more areas in Greater Rochester are showing general improvements since the fourth quarter of 2006. The overall momentum in our local housing market clearly suggests a stable local marketplace. Our overall listing inventory has also played a part in our market.

The overall inventory of listed properties is down 8.4% which can be both good and bad. Sellers appreciate the lack of competition, and the lower supply of homes will help the current inventory sell quicker. Some potential sellers are undecided thinking that the market is slow, but in reality it’s a good time to list your home.

Remember, Real Estate is Local
If you’re selling a home in Rochester, New York, talk to a local professional to get a clear understanding of the local real estate market.

Nothnagle agents are very knowledgeable and have a clear plan of what it takes to sell a home in any market.

Because real estate is a local business, Nothnagle Realtors has designed a marketing plan that generates leads so our agents produce results our sellers expect.

What is Our Winning Formula?
The Best Marketing Plan Available
+
More Qualified Buyers
= More Money, Fewer Problems and a Quicker Sale.

If you’re thinking of selling your home, let Nothnagle Realtors get you noticed! Call any Nothnagle agent directly or call 899-MOVE today!

Whether you are buying, selling or looking at real estate as a career, giving you more is what Nothnagle is all about.

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