Saturday, November 10, 2007

Fort Knox Ky Housing market ending strong for 2007

The Fort Knox Kentucky real estate market was a bit slower this summer than it usually is, but it has taken a surprising upturn for the fourth quarter. The HardinHomes Group has increased profits while lowering the cost for Hardin County home sellers to put their homes on the market. HardinHomes is only charging 4% while the typical commission is 5% to 7%. Because the 4th quarter has been so profitable, HardinHomes is rewarding its real estate agents with quarterly bonuses.

Even though some sales people may say "now is the right time to buy or sell" no matter when it is, turns out that the fourth quarter actually is a good time to make a move. It also helps that interest rates are still low.

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