We’re going deep on all the questions that have been going through your head.

For May 8th’s “This Week in Housing” I was joined by the team of Keeping Current Matters, the CEO and Chief Content Creator, Steve Harney and David Childers, Vice President of Content Marketing.

This is your time to provide value and knowledge to your community! With the correct answers that are backed with data, you’ll be able to grow your business in the next 90 to 100 days. 

We help you by sharing the latest data on U.S. unemployment rates for April 2020 and we answer all of your real estate questions! I also share marketing tips and scripts for you to use NOW. 

Don’t wait any longer and listen to the episode so you can strengthen your position as the trusted agent of today!

In this episode we talk about…

1:10 – What is the difference that makes the difference?

6:40 – David Childers shares the U.S. unemployment numbers for April

17:35 – Listen to know the percentage of homeowner equity for 2020

22:45 – We answer all your real estate questions!

30:51 – Do you see markets like Idaho, Utah, and Arizona recovering fast because of the California exodus?

32:35 – What numbers can we pull for our local market so that it matches KCM’s data nationally?

35:16 – We may be in DC mode of Covid-19 for a while, what is the appropriate message to send to my geofarm? I don’t feel good highlighting a “Just Listed/Sold” right now?

39:23 – Why is Wells Fargo so optimistic yet they were one of the first to pull out of the jumbo market?

41:38 – What impact do you think the presidential election will have on the real estate market this fall?

44:46 – How do we deal with price reductions in today’s market if the number of showings is not doing well?

49:11 – With credit requirements being stricter. That leaves a big portion of buyers out. How hard will this affect the market?

52:29 – 2 million people did not pay their mortgage. Should we be concerned?

1:00:09 – What should I say to a renter that “wants to wait” because they think prices will go down?