Posted June 8, 2010 by Rogers Healy
How The Winslow Family, Urkel, and the rest of the Family Matters crew ALMOST ruined our country's morale. Gooooooo real estate!
"It's a rare condition, this day and age, to read any good news on the newspaper page..."
When you hear that o, so poetic verse, you probably think of sitting at home on a Friday night with a piece of Little Ceasar's pizza, your nerf gun, a bag of Cool Ranch Dorito's, with your best friend Bobby sitting in the beanbag next to you. The Winslow family, Waldo (the fat lipped neighbor), and the iconic Steve Urkel helped raise me, but I never knew that the anchor show of TGIF was really brainwashing me.
For years, I've told myself that it's a rare condition, this day and age, to read any good news in the newspaper page. I got used to opening up paper every morning and hearing about family's losing their homes, builders losing their companies, and realtors losing their cool. At RHA, we've stayed the course, fought the good fight, and luckily made it to the other side. Cliche' counter: 3.
What I'm trying to tell you is that homes in the DFW area are selling...and it's only getting better.
This morning Dallas Morning News' top business story was about DFW home sales jumping 18%. May was a HUGE month for area home sales, and it was the third month in a row of double-digit annual gains. My group of fellow Dallas realtors sold 7,119 homes last MONTH (RHA sold 4,000 of them),
With the fist time home buyer's tax credit being as dead and Jaleel White's career, it's up to us to continue to boost the DFW economy. We don't want to look back in a few years, and say...
"Did IIIIIIIIII doooooooo that?"
Owning a home is the single biggest investment decision of your life, so contact us today, so we can get to work for you. Email info@RogersHealy.com today with any questions.
PS-Can someone try to get Urkel in one of my t shirts?