This time last year, the big push was to get buyers off the fence, to try to convince them they would be better off buying in the summer of 2012 at 4 percent interest for a 30-year fixed-rate loan than sitting on the fence waiting for prices and interest rates to fall.
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John Adams is a broker, investor, and author. He answers real estate questions every Sunday at 3 p.m. on WGKA-am(920). He welcomes your comments at Money99.com, where you will find an expanded version of this column.