“It’s a very good time to buy,” Parisella said.
People may be trying to time the market before jumping in, but the only real way to know when the market has hit bottom is when prices rise.
“The positive thing is you definitely will get your house sold,” Parisella said.
The Garabedians are staying in Salem, moving to The Village at Vinnin Square, a quarter-mile away from their old home.
“We got that for the price we wanted, so we had motivated sellers and motivated buyers in this market, and I think people feel pretty good about Salem,” Garabedian said.
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