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    Is The SoCal Real Estate Market Isolated From The Rest of The U S? – Fridays with Fred



    If you’ve bought or sold a home in Southern California over the years you may have also studied the SoCal Real Estate market and wondered if it’s isolated from the rest of the United States.

    This is an understandable reaction to have because it sometimes seems like what we’re experiencing in SoCal isn’t what’s happening in other Real Estate markets like Dallas, Miami, Chicago or New York.

    In this article we will provide you with our take on how the Real Estate market actually works and why more people should be following what’s happening in SoCal, especially if they want to know the overall direction that the nationwide Real Estate market will be heading in.

    The Real Estate Market Begins in Southern California

    Over the years that we’ve been involved in Real Estate, our team has observed that regardless if it’s a market correction, price increase, decrease, or another trend, most of what happens with the Real Estate market as a whole begins in Southern California.

    Our analysis comes from being an active Real Estate agent and Broker in Southern California for over 15 years including having connections with other Real Estate agents, brokers, and partners across the United States who keep us informed about what’s happening in their markets.

    We’ve seen market trends start here including the Real Estate market crash of 2006-2007 and the correction that we saw occur last year.

    When a major change is about to happen in the Real Estate market as a whole, the chances are that the change will begin in SoCal, and then like a wave, it will wash over the rest of the United States within a matter of months.

    Let Us Be Your Guide to The SoCal Real Estate Market

    When we refer to the “SoCal Real Estate market” it’s important for you to know that even though it’s one residential Real Estate market as a whole, the reality is that it’s comprised of a variety of “hyperlocal” real estate markets that are each affected by a variety of factors including climate, crime, commute, school districts and of course jobs.

    The complexity of our Real Estate market makes SoCal one of the most challenging and rewarding places to be an agent and broker.

    We take pride in helping our clients sell their homes for top dollar (regardless of what’s happening in the market) and our team also excels at helping our clients purchase homes for the best prices possible.

    You can also rely on the Fred Sed Group if you plan on investing in SoCal Real Estate because we can help you with sourcing, acquiring, and managing your rentals.  

    Let’s say that you’re planning to search for investment properties out of state, or you plan on moving out of California altogether. We work with an extensive team of trusted referral partners across the United States that we can refer you to who will be able to help you accomplish your Real Estate goals.

    Contact the Fred Sed Group

    To learn more about the SoCal Real Estate market, or to speak with us about the services we can offer you, contact us seven days a week by calling us at (800) 921-9231, connect with us online through our website, or social media.

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