Since 2020, optimism has seemed to be in short supply, and understandably so. We've been experiencing a global pandemic, social unrest, an economic downturn, and natural disasters just to name a few.

Interestingly, the challenges brought on by the health crisis have also forced many homeowners to reevaluate their space and what they need in a home in 2021. As a result, things are looking up in the housing market. 

Experts are forecasting that 2021 is a year we can be optimistic about real estate for three key reasons. 

1. The Economy is Expected to Continue Improving

Tim Day from University of Oregon puts it this way:

"There is nothing fundamentally 'broken' in the economy that needs to heal... there was no obvious financial bubble…

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RE/MAX Broker Luis Reyes and RE/MAX Director of Agent Services Jennifer Wolff, delivered over 150 Teddy Bears and Stuffed Animals to St. Joseph's Hospital this week! Thank you to all of our agents and partners who donated!❤️

Top L to R:
Greg Paul, Rick Moore, DeLisa Boatman, Andrew Fouse, Rachael Wilson, Josh Feyen, Luis Herrera
Bottom L to R:
Linda Zemler, Sommer Cronck, Briddick Webb, Lori Reece, Keith Cook, Josh Shiflett.
Not Pictured:
Shirley Shirley, Chris Weitzel and Rob Merhaut.

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RE/MAX Whatcom County is pleased to present the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award to Josh Feyen. This award honors successful agents who have earned more then $1 million in commissions during their careers with the RE/MAX Network. Josh's tireless dedication to serving his clients, consumers and our community has allowed him to achieve this high honor. Congratulations Josh! 

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