It’s no secret much of the market is overpriced and Gold’s conclusion was spot on. We are clearly shifting from a seller’s market to one that favors buyers, so long as sellers lower their prices. No need to panic, we sold roughly $1.9 billion in real estate around these parts last year, just off from 2017 when just over $2 billion traded hands. The forecast for the coming year is a bit less than both, but nothing drastic. The point is, the state of the local market remains strong for now, with perhaps a bit of a bumpy road ahead with the 2020 election year looming and an overabundance of high dollar inventory coming out of the ground.