It's always been a source of annoyance for me when people talk about the real estate market like it's the stock market. They say it's "good" or "bad" in a blanket fashion, when they typically mean that it's good or bad for sellers. In fact, a market that is good for sellers is inherently less favorable for buyers, and market dynamics that favor buyers are less kind to sellers.So, it's never really a bad market for everyone and -- to be glass-half-full about it -- it's always a good market for someone, whether that someone knows it or not.But lately, I'm seeing less of this problem. There's a new popular misconception in town. It suddenly seems "de rigueur" (French for "part of the protocol") for both sides to think that the market is great -- so grea...
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