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What we learned in 2012 - and how to tell if you listing is DEAD

How can you tell when a listing is dead? Robert Stewart with Keller Williams Realty and TwinCitiesSouth.com uses Dakota County's 2012 housing data to answer that question.

Lakeville real estate keeps on chugging along on the straight and stable path into the winter.  Gains in 2012 are best viewed as corrections, while 2013 is looking optimistic for home sellers.

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Terry Elliott December 02, 2012 at 10:26 PM
Isn't the economist's view completely correct? The listing is dead if it hasn't sold at the price quoted. That is, the price is obviously above what the economist would call the "market clearing price."

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