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Brooklyn Real Estate Market Update - March 15, 2011

March 15th 2011
Tags: Blogroll (elsewhere), Real Estate News, Brooklyn Real Estate, Selling your home, New York Real Estate

With Spring just around the corner, many Brooklyn home owners want to know about recent market changes regarding their Brooklyn property values. A home owner may want to know if the substantial number of short sales or foreclosures that are taking place in their neighborhood  and surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods will effect their home's value. Other homeowners who are more knowledgeable about the Brooklyn real estate market want to know if the real estate cycle trending down for the past 3-4 years has come to an end. Has the market finally stabilized or are we headed for a further decline in home values?

An experienced real estate broker will be able to answer all this questions and help the property owner to make the right decision for them. At Accord Real Estate Group we pride ourselves on providing our clients with reliable, accurate and realistic evaluations for today's real estate market on home values as well as evaluations on mixed use properties, investment properties, co-ops and condominiums and vacant land.

Our company offers a complimentary market analysis and many insights into today's Brooklyn Real Estate Market.

At Accord Real Estate Group, Jeff Grandis, broker - owner, Anna Kader, broker – owner and their team of experienced realtors service many Brooklyn neighborhoods including Midwood, Manhattan Beach, Sea Gate, Gravesend, Sheepshead Bay, Fort Greene, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill, Bedford Stuyvesant, Bushwick, Flatbush, Marine Park, Greenpoint, Old Mill Basin and other Brooklyn's neighborhoods.

Jeff and Anna can be reached in their office at 718-375-2065 for prompt, professional attention to your questions or any of your Real Estate needs.