Slow housing market forces realtors to do things differently

Real Estate Agents are working harder and doing more as the housing market in the Grand Valley slows down.

Realtor Catherine Schramm replaces a listing line number atop a sign after changing the status to pending in front of a home in Florence, Ky., Tuesday, July 8, 2008. A measurement of pending home sales fell to its third-lowest reading on record in May as the housing market's recovery continued to prove elusive. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

Real Estate Agents are working harder and doing more as the housing market in the Grand Valley slows down.

Friday at a conference at the Double Tree Hotel brokers looked at economic factors affecting the market and how they do business.

Experts say things are still on the downward trend but that residential sales should see a slight improvement by next year while commercial sales could struggle for the next two.


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