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Sellers In Panic!

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  1. From the first 4:25 video:

    KATYA MOLINA – Luxury Real Estate
    Dec 21, 2022 MIAMI
    If you’re considering selling your single-family home or condo, watch this December 2022 marketing report! what are the current trends in the miami real estate market? Sellers in panic! Should You sell now?

    The second 6:14 video:

    Sales Volume Decreased By HOW MUCH?! | San Mateo Market Update
    RISE Homes
    Dec 21, 2022
    It’s a market update week and that means that today I quickly update you on the latest San Mateo housing data 🏘️📊
    What do you think about the shocking sales volume numbers? 🫣

    The third 5:36 video:

    ROCK Bottom Pricing? Have we hit the bottom of the Market in Austin Texas?
    Moving to Austin with the Mangin Team
    Dec 21, 2022
    Have you been wondering if we have hit the bottom of the real estate market in Austin, Texas? Now is a great time to find out! In this video, we’ll discuss the current trends in the Austin real estate market and whether or not we’ve already seen the lowest point. We’ll examine recent sales data and talk about what to expect for buyers and sellers going forward.

    The fourth 13:47 video:

    Why Are Home Prices Rising In Vaughan, Richmond Hill & Markham Real Estate? – Dec 14
    Team Sessa Real Estate
    Dec 22, 2022

    Vaughan Home Prices, Richmond Hill Home Prices & Markham Home Prices for the week of Dec 8 – Dec 14, 2022.

  2. Mills that churn out cardboard are slashing production worldwide, a worrying sign that global trade is slowing down.

    North American companies that make the raw material for corrugated boxes shut down nearly 1 million tons of capacity in the third quarter and a similar scenario is expected for the fourth quarter, Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Ryan Fox said. Prices are falling for the first time since 2020.

    “Severe weakness in global box demand is an indication of how weak many parts of the global economy are,” said KeyBanc analyst Adam Josephson. “The recent history shows a significant amount of economic stimulus would be necessary to provide meaningful box demand, and we do not see that coming.”

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