Housing Market Predictions for West Virginia Real Estate

West Virginia Real Estate

Since 2010 onward, West Virginia has slowly bounced back from being one of the two worst economies nationwide. The state finally pulled out of its slump. Housing markets braced for a long sought after recovery. Meanwhile, the state held the second lowest number of foreclosures which provided endurance for West Virginia real estate. Morgantown was among the first cities to generate a demand in housing after the financial crisis. Forbes ranked Morg … [Read more...]

2015 Maryland Housing Market Predictions

2015 Maryland Housing Market Predictions

The past few years showcase how Maryland serves as an example of a place where the housing market predictions and forecasts aren’t a simple process. Looking back, the financial crisis shouldn't have impacted a state with such a diversified employment market and strong job base. At least, the crisis shouldn't have caused such a sever impact. In 2010, the foreclosure crisis negatively impacted the Maryland housing market and left tens of thousands o … [Read more...]

2015 Delaware Housing Market Predictions

Delaware Housing Market

The Delaware housing market is not only stepping up and showing some positive changes, but also presenting itself as a socio-economically conscious domain in a state where there seems to be a real preoccupation for balance and support. If Delaware’s possible evolution back in 2013 was seen in a rather pessimistic light, the state fared better than many of its neighbors from an economic point of view.  The three counties of Delaware, the state wi … [Read more...]

2015 Pennsylvania Housing Market Predictions

Pennsylvania Housing Market

Since 2013 onwards, the Pennsylvania real estate market has been on an upward trend, allowing the housing market to gain not only stability, but also a certain degree of evolution. These steadily increasing housing prices serve as a mark of improvement and allow us a mild optimism regarding the Pennsylvania Housing Market. We predict a steady improvement over the duration of the year. … [Read more...]

2015 New Jersey Housing Market Predictions

New Jersey Housing Market

Not even the effects of an encouraging economic recovery seem to compensate for the hard times New Jersey Shore real estate had to face in the past years. The foreseeable difficulties following the Great Recession marked a period known for declining prices, with values remarkably lower on the New Jersey Shore than those corresponding to the surrounding regions. Moreover, Hurricane Sandy and last year’s long, cold winter obviously affected the New … [Read more...]

2015 New York Real Estate Market Forecasts

New York Real Estate

The 2013 New York housing market (along with the 2014 market) was driven by a significant uptick in the luxury segment. It almost seemed as if homes with lower price tags than $1 million had all but disappeared from the market and that condos especially targeted at billionaires were taking over. In fact, reputed sources such as Bloomberg Business went as far as to wonder aloud whether the NYC market was approaching a luxury bubble in early 2015. … [Read more...]

Can You Sell Your Home With Technology? You Can With These 5 Home Innovations

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Using targeting strategies is an excellent way to ensure you sell your home; and using age as a possible target could be a wise choice. An article in the New York Times quotes data from the Census Bureau to highlight the fact that the majority of Americans now fall in the 22-24 year olds category; and maybe these should be the target for your sale. So how would you attract a younger buyer to your home? Perhaps, as technology is such a huge part … [Read more...]

Housing Market Predictions for the 2015 Connecticut Housing Market

Connecticut Housing Market

According to several sources on the New England real estate market, in 2014, the overall performance of the single family home and condo markets in Connecticut performed rather solidly and predictably. The sales volume and average sales prices matched those posted for the 2013 Connecticut housing market: 26,340 homes were sold in total, while the average selling price stood at $411,400 in 2014. Condo sales gained impressive grounds last year, on … [Read more...]

Housing Market Predictions for the 2015 Rhode Island Housing Market

2015 Rhode Island Housing Market

Roughly since 2012 onwards, the Rhode Island housing market has been on an upward trend, as home prices were on the up and up and the economy of the United States as a whole strengthened. The 2013 Rhode Island housing market, for instance, proved that the emergence of the new economy, typified by businesses such as Amazon and Google, can positively impact the industry. By and large, real estate experts' housing market predictions for the 2015 R … [Read more...]

Use the Craigslist Boston Apartments Page to Score the Perfect Property

Craigslist Boston Apartments

If you plan on investing in the Boston housing market, 2015 seems like the perfect year to do so. You probably know this if you read our report on the top 25 housing market predictions for 2015. Boston (and the greater Massachusetts real estate market) are poised for greatness in terms of real estate investment this year. It’s really no wonder. With relatively low crime rates (1.34 percent) and a median value for occupied homes of more than $19 … [Read more...]