Homeownership always has been and will always be “the American Dream.”

 I believe so strongly in homeownership that I have invested my entire career enthusiastically endorsing the benefits of owning a home and helping people to buy into “The American Dream.” The real estate market is a revolving cycle; sometimes edging up, sometimes edging down. Over the last forty years, the peaks have always exceeded those previous. Real estate is always moving up, as it moves up and down through its cycles. Most financially successful individuals have amassed their wealth through the purchase and sale of real estate. Real estate is a long-term investment, and is not an investment to be monitored daily. Our home is the place where we relax, rejuvenate, and recreate ourselves over and over, and where we focus on the important things in life; sharing special moments with family and friends, raising our children, and becoming who we are. Ron provides a logical explanation to buying your primary residence for the reasons it was intended.

There is no such thing as buying “at the bottom of the market.” There are good reasons for concern, considering our economy and lack of job security now, yet there has never been a better time to buy, and sell. While other agents and homeowners are waiting for the market to change, I am NOT waiting, but instead I am always seeking opportunities where others see none. I am enthusiastic about homes holding their value, especially on the Westside. Considering today’s low interest rates, and the abundance of money banks have to lend, it is a good time. Buyers must have excellent credit and a solid down payment, but there is money available to those who qualify. It is a good time to sell because it is a good time to trade up and “lock in” at an amazing rate. A decade from now, people will look back at today as a “time of opportunity.” Hopefully, it was an “opportunity” that you acted upon.

Homeownership always has been and will always be “the American Dream.”

 I believe so strongly in homeownership that I have invested my entire career enthusiastically endorsing the benefits of owning a home and helping people to buy into “The American Dream.” The real estate market is a revolving cycle; sometimes edging up, sometimes edging down. Over the last forty years, the peaks have always exceeded those previous. Real estate is always moving up, as it moves up and down through its cycles. Most financially successful individuals have amassed their wealth through the purchase and sale of real estate. Real estate is a long-term investment, and is not an investment to be monitored daily. Our home is the place where we relax, rejuvenate, and recreate ourselves over and over, and where we focus on the important things in life; sharing special moments with family and friends, raising our children, and becoming who we are. Ron provides a logical explanation to buying your primary residence for the reasons it was intended.

There is no such thing as buying “at the bottom of the market.” There are good reasons for concern, considering our economy and lack of job security now, yet there has never been a better time to buy, and sell. While other agents and homeowners are waiting for the market to change, I am NOT waiting, but instead I am always seeking opportunities where others see none. I am enthusiastic about homes holding their value, especially on the Westside. Considering today’s low interest rates, and the abundance of money banks have to lend, it is a good time. Buyers must have excellent credit and a solid down payment, but there is money available to those who qualify. It is a good time to sell because it is a good time to trade up and “lock in” at an amazing rate. A decade from now, people will look back at today as a “time of opportunity.” Hopefully, it was an “opportunity” that you acted upon.