Tri-Cities Housing Market Stats for February 2009

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Wow – check it out…inventory is down significantly than in years past. Closed sales are lower, too, so there’s no problem. Right now.

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With the stimulus money pouring in to the Tri-Cities, guess what that means? More jobs, more people moving here, and more people getting better-paying jobs and wanting a larger house.

That correlates into higher demand for housing, and when you have a dwindling supply coupled with an increased demand, you get a seller’s market.

For many reasons, we don’t want that to happen – sure, sellers would be happy, but not if they’re buying a bigger house after they unload their first place!

Download the full Tri-City Real Estate stats for February, 2009. (608k PDF)

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Cari McGee

My husband and I came to the Tri-Cities in 1994, and we thought it would be a temporary stop on our way to larger cities. He was a television sports anchor at the time, and we planned to go wherever the "next step up" took us. Twenty-plus years later, we're still here and we've loved every minute of it! We have two children now, and we've found the Tri-Cities area is a wonderful place to raise a family. It's a great place to do outdoorsy things -- I like to hike Badger Mountain or run along the river path. I also love reading ... by a cozy fire in the winter or a beautiful picture window in the summer (with the A/C on!). I've been a licensed Realtor since 2004. I earned my managing broker's license in 2016, which means I can run my own brokerage, or create a team of real estate agents and supervise them, which is exactly what I did when I formed the Cari McGee Real Estate Team in 2018! We have administrative and marketing personnel, as well as additional agents to serve you. I became a director of the Tri-Cities Association of Realtors Board of Directors in 2016, became Secretary/Treasurer of the organization, and was elected to Vice President in 2019. Want to talk about real estate? Click here to schedule a meeting with me!

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