Yesterday I showed a foreclosure. Until fairly recently, Westchester hasn't witnessed much in the way of "underwater" home ownership. We've always had our share of foreclosures, but they were far from commonplace.
You know that your real estate market is expereincing a shake-up when an article about it in Inman News. The post was actually a reposting of an original article written by "The Real Deal" by Amy Tennery called Westchester real estate shake-up: Brokerage world sees shuffling of agents as firms shutter and consolidate during downturn.
There is a body of opinion within the industry that shares some of the concerns regarding real estate agent education that I brought up in my post. The issues have been out there and are under continuous debate. So please don't shoot the messenger.