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Will The Real Estate Market be a Good Target for Distributors in 2015?

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Kimberly Laffer Nick

    Motivators  (asi/277780)
    "Absolutely. We see a lot of repeat business within this niche. Home items such as kitchenware, tool kits, wine bottles, magnets and calendars are big."

    

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Tim Hennessy

    Concepts & Associates (asi/166235)
    "The market has rebounded well. With the competitive nature of real estate, there are opportunities for companies to promote themselves."

    

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David Tate

    Signet (asi/326636)
    "Our past experience with residential real estate was not that good. Dealing with individual agents is like B2C sales – lots of work for lots of very small orders. "

    

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Bill Smith Jr.

    Brown & Bigelow (asi/148500)
    "We see great opportunities to sell to commercial and residential brokers, mortgage companies, insurance companies, and appraisal firms."

    

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Gregg Emmer

    Kaeser & Blair (asi/238600)
    "Agents use many promo items to personalize their service. The real estate salesperson needs their identity to facilitate referrals and new listings."

    

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Dave Thompson

    National Pen (asi/281040)
    "The real estate market is very strong right now. Realtors really like low-cost, high-perceived-value promo products with full-color images."

Real Estate Sector Set to Soar This Year

       
  • Residential real estate sales are expected to increase by more than 5% in 2015, according to the National Real Estate Investors Association.
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  • Half of all U.S. states surpassed their average housing price peak reached before the crisis of 2009, according to CoreLogic data.
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  • The National Association of Realtors forecasts that U.S. commercial real estate sales will increase by 7.6% in 2015.
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  •    RealtyTrac says the median sale price of single homes in October increased by 16%.
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