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The housing market in California began in 2004 where it left off at the end of 2003 with the fastest pace of home sales ever recorded for the month of January, and by setting yet another record median price.

Repeat home buyers account for 70% of home purchases, while first time buyers percentages are considerably lower. The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. Riverside & San Bernardino each have programs that provide assistance for first time buyers. The transition from tenant to homeowner is a major step, but with the help of these government programs along with your lender, homeownership can become a reality. The key is to take advantage of these opportunities.

At the other end of the scale, homeowners have been taking advantage of the rise in home prices for the past two years. The Inland Empire has shown that the buyers out number the amount of homes being sold. This is caused by drops in interest rates due to economy and other factors. Selling your home, upgrading or even downsizing, has had good returns for homeowners in this area.

There are many qualities and skills that go into being an excellent Realtor. In my opinion, the most important is the ability to effectively discover and address the diverse needs, wants, expectations and concerns of different home sellers and buyers. This ability can only come through really caring about people, together with a wealth of practical experience.

Since "1989" Teer One Properties, Inc., has specialized in helping people in the Inland Empire buy and sell homes. During this time we’ve found that the ability to listen and be sensitive to our clients' needs is the essence of good service, and everything that we do in real estate work serves this objective.

Sincerely,

Mike Teer Jr., Realtor

Mike Teer Jr. can be reached at 909/784-1342 - office, 909/452-2072 - cell, bteer1@sbcglobal.net

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