2016 Louisiana Real Estate Market Predictions

Louisiana is known by many names: The Pelican State (official), The Bayou State, Child of the Mississippi, The Creole State, Sportsman’s Paradise, The Sugar State, and The Boot. It became the 18th state in 1812. The state’s area is 51,843 square miles, making it the 31st in the nation by size. The eastern border is the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico is to the south. The population is approximately 4,670,724 making it 25th in the United … [Read more...]

2016 Arkansas Real Estate Market Predictions

In 1836, Arkansas became the 25th state in the United States. The 29th largest state at 53,179 square feet, the Mississippi River makes up the eastern border. It was formerly known as The Land of Opportunity and is now currently known as The Natural State and is most noted as the home of well-known people such as businessman Sam Walton, musician Johnny Cash, and former president Bill Clinton. With 2,978,204 residents, Arkansas is the 33rd most … [Read more...]

2016 Missouri Real Estate Market Predictions

Missouri, known as The Show Me State, became a state in 1821; it was the 24th state to join the United States. The state has historical significance as the original starting point for the Pony Express, the Santa Fe Trail, and the Oregon Trail. Bordered on the east by the Mississippi River, it is the 21st largest state at 69,704 square miles. Population wise, Missouri is 18th overall with 6,083,672 residents. Projections estimate that the … [Read more...]

2016 Iowa Real Estate Market Predictions

Iowa, the Hawkeye State, became a state in 1846, the 29th to be added to the United States. Between the Mississippi River to the east and the Missouri River to the west, the state covers 56,272 square miles, making it the 26th largest state. At the heart of the Corn Belt, the population of 3,123,899 makes it the 30th largest state by population. Find out below if the Iowa real estate market is the right one for you to invest in. … [Read more...]

2016 Kansas Real Estate Market Predictions

Kansas is one of the largest agricultural contributors in the country, producing primary crops such as wheat, corn, sorghum, and soybeans, among others. Located in the Grain Belt, it is known as the Sunflower State. It ranks 15th by size at 82,278 square miles. Kansas became the 34th state in 1861 and now, with a population just short of three million people, is the 34th largest state by population. Between 2010 and 2014, the state saw a … [Read more...]

2015 Massachusetts Real Estate Market Forecast

By and large, most real estate markets in the United States deemed 2014 yet another year that brought them closer to the ever-elusive Holy Grail of complete recovery. The evolution of the 2014 and 2013 Massachusetts housing market, which was in many ways similar to others in New England (and particularly to New Hampshire), was no exception to this rule. Many expect this trend of slow, but certain, bounce-back to continue throughout the year too. … [Read more...]

2015 Vermont Real Estate Market Forecast

Vermont is one of the more affluent states in the U.S. and both economists and housing market experts have reason to believe there is a lot of hope for the future of the state in the coming year. Thus far, the two major sources of forecasts on Vermont’s economy have issued generally positive predictions for the fiscal year that is poised to start on July 1, 2015. In the following, we’ll be taking a peek at the general economic outlook for … [Read more...]

2015 New Hampshire Real Estate Market Forecast

New Hampshire, also known as the Granite State, is one of the country’s traditionally best-faring economies. That’s not news for anyone with so much as a remote interest in the larger economic picture. In 2014, the New Hampshire Real Estate Market performed just as well as we expected it to. It came out at the top, or close to the top, of the national charts for several key indicators, including life standards, life quality, health care, fiscal … [Read more...]