Dated: 11/09/2016

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Well the elections are done! Regardless of the outcome and your personal party of choice; its time to get back to life. Yes the housing market did have a bit of a slow down in the early 4th quarter arrival. Was it solely based on the elections? Can't say for sure but you can't tell me it did not have at least a little affect.  Regardless of the outcome I feel the market is going to survive and continue to do just fine. Yes there will be the typical correction period and prices will adjust accordingly.  When will this take place you may ask? Personally I think it is taking place right now.  Everything is cyclical. I look at it as normalcy; not the crazy multiple offers, buyers paying elevated prices, sellers getting more and doing less to please that high demand buyer etc. Call it a flat steady market if you will....   #balancedhousingmarket

Thank you 

Michael Emig 

Re/Max Metro Realty 

Charlotte North Carolina  

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Michael Emig

Selling real estate is not just a job or hobby for me, it is my career. I have been practicing real estate for the better half of a decade and find that my daily energy comes from my clients. Finding ....

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