Tip of the Week — Using Max in Infosparks

Meet Max. Max goes back a loooong way. Like as far back as there is reliable data. Infosparks defaults to a 3-year historical view of the market, because most answers can be obtained by looking at fairly current data.

But if you want to see a longer trend line, than select Max (as seen in the screen shot below).

Here are two examples using Homes for Sale (click for screen shot) and Median Sales Price (click for screen shot) in the Twin Cities. In each case, the trend line for a three-year view only scratches the surface of what Max can offer. Utilize Max (click for screen shot) to set buyer and seller expectations.

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