Archives for October 2018

Connecticut Housing Market – Real Estate Predictions For 2019

Many people are curious about the Connecticut housing market and what it’s like. However, it’s kind of hard to understand any of that if you don’t know much about Connecticut itself.Connecticut is located in New England and is actually the southernmost state in that area. It also tends to have a higher than average income, which makes it a prime place for buying and selling homes.It is close to Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, and Long … [Read more...]

New Mexico Housing Market – 2018 Real Estate Predictions

New Mexico is one of those states that, unless you’re from there, you probably don’t know much about it. In fact, many people think that this Southwestern state is a small one, but, in actuality, it’s quite large.In fact, it is the 36th most populous state and boasts a population of around two million. Surrounding states include Utah, Arizona, and Colorado.The capital of the state is Santa Fe, though the largest city is Albuquerque. Throughout … [Read more...]

2018 Maine Real Estate Market Predictions – What To Expect

Most people are familiar with Maine, which has a reputation for being a small but wealthy state. In fact, this reputation is one reason that the Maine housing market always tends to be booming. It’s a popular place to live.Maine is found in New England and is the 9th least populous state in the entire United States. It is close to New Hampshire and to Canada, particularly the provinces of New Brunswick and Quebec.Maine’s population was … [Read more...]

Texas Housing Market And Real Estate Predictions Of 2018

You’ve probably heard the old saying that “everything is bigger in Texas,” and that certainly tends to be true. Texas is the second largest state in all of the US. Not only is it a huge, vast state, but it is also densely populated.Texas is close to Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. As such, there is plenty of exposure to different cultures and ways of life. Its landscape is equally diverse with deserts, prairies, forests, coastline, … [Read more...]