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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-10-03 房产市场的苦日子到头了?

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New evidence shows the worst may be over for the housing market. Bobbi Rebell, Reuters, New York. JR Sangiuliano, owner, Century 21 JRS Realty, Joan Gallagher, seller.

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Things on the American Homefront seem to be getting better. A key Home Price Index rose much more than expected in July, and for the third month in a row. JR Sangiuliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the frontlines of the middle class housing markets and says he's seen a comeback firsthand after a dismal first quarter.


Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where if you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009, the total number of homes closed is only off by about five percent.


While he's been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low. That includes Joan Gallagher. She is getting tips on how best to present her house, listing price on the Rahway New Jersey Cape Cod style home, 349,000 dollars. And she is prepared to wait for a buyer.


We know the homes start moving quick. So we thought we might as well put it on the market now, because I think, seeing the neighborhood, it's taking a while for the homes to sell.


Sangiuliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid-3,000-dollar range are off by as much as 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for sellers like Gallagher is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices, a catch buyers can take their time and shop around leaving sellers on a holding pattern even if they do drop their prices.


That's what we're getting from all of our realtors. They like this house, but they want to see what else is out there. They fall in love with this house, but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.


One other care that could help sellers like Gallagher, an 8,000-dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked new life in the housing market cripples by the Subprime Mortgage mass and recession. But that credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sales fell when the summer's Cash for Clunkers Program ended, some realtors fear a drop in sales if the 8,000-dollar tax credit is not extended by Congress.


Bobbi Rebell, Reuters, New York.


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Things on the American home firm seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.
J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of middle class housing market, and says he's in a combat first hand after a dismore first porter. “Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight month and 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by 5 percent. While he's been seeing improvement thought, he warns client to still keep their expectations low.
That include Jone Galgger, she's getting tips on how to best present her house. Listing price on the raw way New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars, and she's prepare to wait for a buyer. “we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might list put it on the market now, because I could see a neighborhood it's taken a while for the homes to sell.
Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollars rate are off as much as about 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for the sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices. A catch, buyer can take their time and shop around. Living sellers and hotel pattern even they do drop their prices.
That's we are getting from all of the realtors. They like this house but they want to see what else is out there, they fond and love with this house but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.
With other care, they could help home sellers like Galgger in 800,000 dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked newly in housing market cripples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession. That credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sale fell in the summer's clash for conquers program ended, some realtors feel a dripensize if the 800,000 credit is not extended by congress.
Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.


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Things on the American home firms seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected July and for the third month in a row.

J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor(n.房地产经纪人)in central New Jersey is on the front line of middle class housing market, and says he's in a combat first hand after a d* first quarter.
“Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight month and 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by 5 percent.”
While he's been seeing improvement thought, he warns client to still keep their expectations low. That include Jone Galgger, she's getting tips on how to best present her house. Listing price on the raw way New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars, and she's prepare to wait for a buyer.
“We know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might list put it on the market now, because I could see a neighborhood it's taken a while for the homes to sell.”

Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollars ranges are off as much as about 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for the sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices. A catch, buyer can take their time and shop around. Living sellers and whole pattern even they do drop their prices.

“That's we are getting from all of the realtors. They like this house but they want to see what else is out there, they found and love with this house but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.”

Once other care, they could help home sellers like Galgger in 800,000 dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked to new line in housing market cripples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession. But that credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sale fell in the summer's cash for conquers program ended, some realtors feel a dropped size if the 800,000 tax credit is not extended by congress.
Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.
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Things on the American home firm seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.J.R.Sandrewliano, a new realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of the middle class housing market and says he has seen a combat’s first hint after a dismal first quarter.

“every month since than, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you have compared to the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by 5%.”

While he has been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low, that includes Jone Galgger. She is getting tips on how best to present her house. Listing price on the railway New Jersey kip-top style home $349 000, and she is prepared to wait for a buyer.

“we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we must spent pretty on the market now, because i could see in the neighbourhood it has taken a while for the homes to sell.”

Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighbourhood which tend to sell in the mid $400 000 range are off by its as much as $100 000 from their peak. But the good news for sellers like Galgger is that the buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rate and those very low prices. The catch, buyers can take their time and shop around, leaving sellers in the hoding pattern even if they do drop the prices.

“That is what we are getting form all of our realtors. They like this house, but they want to see what else is out there. They fall in love with this house, but they want to see what is out there. So, they wanna make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.”

One other care that could help sellers like Galgger is an $8000 government tax credit for first time house buyers. The credit has sparked to new life in a housing crapples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession. But that credit is set to expire a November 30th, just as the auto sales fell when the summer crash for conquers program ended. Some realtors fear a drop in sales if the eight thousand tax credit is not extened by congress.

Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.

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Things on the American home firm seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.
J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of the middle-class housing market, and says he's seeing  a comeback first hand after a dismal first quarter. “Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight month and 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by  about 5 percent. While he's been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low.
That include Jone Galgger, she's getting tips on how  best to present her house. Listing price on the railway New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars, and she's prepare to wait for a buyer. “we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might  as well  put it on the market now, because I could see a neighborhood it's taken a while for the homes to sell.
Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollars range are off as much as about 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for the sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices. A catch, buyer can take their time and shop around. Living sellers and hotel pattern even they do drop their prices.
That's we are getting from all of the realtors. They like this house but they want to see what else is out there, they fall in  love with this house but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.
One other care that could help home sellers like Galgger, an 800,000 dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked new life in housing market crippled by the subprime mortgage mass and recession.  But that credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sale fell in the summer's clash for conquers program ended, some realtors fear a drop in sale if the 800,000 tax credit is not extended by congress.
Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.
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Things on the American home firms seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row. J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor in central New Jersey, is on the front lines of the middle class housing markets and says he's seeing a comeback first hand after a dismal first quarter.

"Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point whereof you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009, the total number of homes closed is only off by that 5%."

Well, he's been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low. That includes Jone Galgger. She is getting tips on how best to present her house. Listing price on a railway New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars and she has prepared to wait for a buyer.

"We know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might as well put it on the market now because I could see in the neighborhood, it's taken a while, for their homes to sell."

Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid-300,000-dollar range are off by as much as 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgages and those very low prices. The catch, buyers can take their time and shop around, leaving sellers on a holding pattern even if they do drop their prices.

"That's what we're getting from all of the world's realtors. They like this house but they wanna see what else is out there. They fall in love with this house but they wanna see what is out there. So they wanna make sure they are not missing out on a better deal."

One other care that could help sellers like Galgger, an 8000-dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked new life in a housing market crippled by the subprime mortgage mass and the recession. But the credit is set to its buyers on November 30th. Just as auto sells fell when the summer's 'Cash for Clunkers Program' ended, some realtors fear a drop in sales if the 8000-dollar tax credit is not extended by Congress.

Barbie Rebile, Reuters, New York.
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Things on the American home firms seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July, and for the third month in a row. JR Sangiuliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the frontlines of the middle class housing market and says he's seen a comeback firsthand after a dismal first quarter.
Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where if you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009, the total number of homes closed is only off by about five percent.
While he's been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low. That includes Joan Gallagher. She is getting tips on how best to present her house. Listing price on the * New Jersey * style home, 349,000 dollars. And she is prepared to wait for a buyer.
We know the homes start moving quick. So we thought we might as well put it on the market now, because I think, seeing the neighbourhood, it's taking a while for the homes to sell.
Sangiuliano says prices in this middle income neighbourhood which tend to sell in the mid-3,000-dollar range are off by as much as 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for sellers like Gallagher is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices-a catch buyers can take their time and shop around leaving sellers on a holding pattern even if they do drop their prices.
That's what we're getting from all of our realtors. They like this house, but they want to see what else is out there. They fall in love with this house, but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.
One other * that could help sellers like Gallagher, an 8,000-dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked new life in the housing market cripples by the subprime mortgage mass and recession. But that credit incentives expire at November 30th. Just as auto sales fell when the summer's Cash for Clunker Program ended, some realtors fear a drop in sales if the 8,000-dollar tax credit is not extended by Congress.
Bobbi Rebell, Reuters, New York.
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Things on the American home firm seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.
J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of middle class housing market, and says he's in a
comeback first hand after a dismal first quarter.
“Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight month and 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by 5 percent. While he's been seeing improvement thought, he warns client to still keep their expectations low.
That include Jone Galgger, she's getting tips on how to best present her house. Listing price on the raw way New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars, and she's prepare to wait for a buyer. “we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might list put it on the market now, because I could see a neighborhood it's taken a while for the homes to sell.
Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollars
range
rate are off as much as about 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for the sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices. A catch, buyer can take their time and shop around. Living sellers and hotel pattern even they do drop their prices.
That's we are getting from all of the realtors. They like this house but they want to see what else is out there, they fond and love with this house but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.
With other care, they could help home sellers like Galgger in 800,000 dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked newly in housing market cripples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession.
But
that credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sale fell in the summer's clash for conquers program ended, some realtors feel a dripensize if the 800,000 credit is not extended by congress.
Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.
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Things on the American home front seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.J.R.Sandrewliano, a new realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of the middle class housing market and says he has seen a combat’s first hint after a dismal first quarter.
  “Every month since than, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you have compared to the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by 5%.”
   While he has been seeing improvement though, he warns clients to still keep their expectations low, that includes Jone Galgger. She is getting tips on how best to present her house. Listing price on the railway New Jersey kip-top style home $349 000, and she is prepared to wait for a buyer.
    “we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we must spent pretty on the market now, because i could see in the neighbourhood it has taken a while for the homes to sell.”
   Sandano says prices in this middle income neighbourhood which tend to sell in the mid $400 000 range are off by its as much as $100 000 from their peak. But the good news for sellers like Galgger is that the buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rate and those very low prices. The catch, buyers can take their time and shop around, leaving sellers in the hoding pattern even if they do drop the prices.
    That is what we are getting form all of our realtors. They like this house, but they want to see what else is out there. They fall in love with this house, but they want to see what is out there. So, they wanna make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.”
    One other care that could help sellers like Galgger is an $8000 government tax credit for first time house buyers. The credit has sparked to new life in a housing crapples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession. But that credit is set to expire a November 30th, just as the auto sales fell when the summer crash for conquers program ended. Some realtors fear a drop in sales if the eight thousand tax credit is not extened by congress.
Things on the American home firms seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July, and for the third month in a row. J.R. Sangiuliano,a realtor in central New Jersey,is on the frontline of the middle class housing market and says he's seen a comeback first-hand after a dismal first quarter. "Every month since then,April,May,June,July,it has come back to the point wherever you compared the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight months of 2009.The total number of homes closed is only off by about 5%." While he's been seeing improvements though,he warns clients to still keep expections low.That includes Joan Gallagher.She's getting tips on how best to present her house.Listing price on the Raw Way New Jersey keep-cost-style home $349,000,and she is prepared to wait for a buyer. "We know that homes are moving here,so we thought we might as well put it on the market now,because I could see in the neighborhood it's taken a while for their homes to sell. "Sangiuliano says prices in this middle-income neighborhood which tended to sell in the mid $300,000 rate are offered as much as $100,000 from their peak.But the good news for sellers like Galagher is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rate and those very low prices.The catch:buyers can take their time and shop around,leaving sellers on a holding pattern even if they do drop their prices. "That's what we were getting from all over realtors.They like this house,but they wanna see what else is out there.They fall in love with this house,but they wanna see what is out there.So they wanna make sure they aren't missing out on a better deal." One other caron that could help sellers like Galagher in $8,000 government tax credit for first-time home buyers.The credit has sparked new life in the housing market cripples by the subprime mortgage mess and recession.But that credit is sent to buyers on November 30.Just as all those sales fell with the summer's cash for ended,some realtors fear a drop in sale if the $8,000 tax credit is not extended by Congress. Bobbi Rebell,Reuters,New York.
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Things on the American home firms seem to be getting better. A key home price index rose much more than expected in July and for the third month in a row.
J. R. Sandrewliano, a realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of middle class housing market, and says he's in a comeback first hand after a dismal first quarter. “Every month since then, April, May, June, July, it has come back to the point where you compare the first eight months of 2008 to the first eight month and 2009. The total number of homes closed is only off by about 5 percent. While he's been seeing improvement though, he warns client to still keep their expectations low.
That includes Jone Galgger, she's getting tips on how to best present her house. Listing price on the raw way New Jersey kip-kop style home, 349,000 dollars, and she's prepared to wait for a buyer. “we know the homes are moving quick, so we thought we might list put it on the market now, because I could see in a neighborhood it's taken a while for the homes to sell.
Sandrewliano says prices in this middle income neighborhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollars range are off as much as about 100,000 dollars from their peak. But the good news for the sellers like Galgger is that buyers are motivated these days by the low mortgage rates and those very low prices. A catch, buyer can take their time and shop around. Living sellers in a holding pattern even they do drop their prices.
That's we are getting from all of the realtors. They like this house but they want to see what else is out there, they fond and love with this house but they want to see what is out there. So they want to make sure they are not missing out on a better deal.
One other care, they could help home sellers like Galgger in 800,000 dollar government tax credit for first time home buyers. The credit has sparked newly in housing market cripples by the sub-prime mortgage mass and recession. But that credit is set to expire on November 30th. Just as auto sales fell in the summer's clash for conquers program ended, some realtors feel a dripensize if the 800,000 credit is not extended by congress.
Barbie Rebile Reuters, New York.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-10-03 房产市场的苦日子到头了?

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Things on the American home front seem to getting better.A key home pressing that rose much more than expected in July and for the third in a row.JR Sanjuliano,a realtor in central New Jersey is on the front line of the middle housing market,says he's seen a comeback firsthand after a dismal first quarter.

Every month since then,April,May,June,July.It has came back to the point where if you compare the first 8 months of 2008 to the first 8 months of 2009.The total number of homes closed is only off by about 5 percent

While he's been seeing improvement though he warrants clients to still keep their expectations low that includes Joen Galeger.She is getting tips on how best to persent her house,listing price on the Rahway New Jersey xx home,349,000 dollars and she is prepare to wait for a buyer.

We know the homes start moving quick.So we thought we might as well put it on the market now because I think,seeingthe neighbourhood,it's taken a while for the homes to sell.

Sanjuliano says prices in this middle income neighbourhood which tend to sell in the mid 300,000 dollar range are off buy as much as 100,000 from ttheir peak but the good news for sellers like Galeger is that buyers are motivated these days by low mortgage trades and there's very low prices,a catch buyers can take their time and shop around,leaving sellers in a holding pattern even they do drop their prices.

That's where we were getting from all of our realtors.They like this house but they want to see where else out there.They fell in love with this house but they want to see what is out there.So they want make sure that I am missing out on a better deal.

One other care they could help sellers like Galeger and 8-thouasnd-dollar government tax credit for fist time home buyers.The credit has sparked new life in a housing market cripples by the x mortgage mass and recession.But that credit is said to expired on Nevember 30th just atuo sellers fell when the summer's cash for clanker program ended.Some realtors feel a dropen sales if the 8-thousand-dollar tax credit is not extended by congress.

Bobbie Rabel,Reuters,New York.



                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】2009-10-03 房产市场的苦日子到头了?

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