Ohio-based real estate brokerage company Real Living reported record-breaking sales volume in June, closing more than $1 billion in real estate, mortgage and title transactions.
According to CEO and managing partner Harley E. Rouda Jr., Real Living also reported an outstanding second quarter, with total sales volume at more than $2.5 billion.
“Consumers who want to buy or sell their homes should feel confident in the still-strong housing market,” Rouda said. “As our economy continues to improve, it will remain a great environment to buy or sell a home.”
Rouda credited the improving economy and continued low interest rates for the strong housing market, and predicted that 2004 is likely to be a banner year for Real Living – as the company is currently on track to break last year’s sales record of nearly $7 billion.
Real Living has 5,000 sales associates and employees, and more than 100 offices in the Midwest and Florida.
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