1.17.2013 – Ten Trends to Watch

Much like a Monopoly game, the real estate market is not 100% predictable.

I am continuing my theme of exploring perspectives of the new year and what is in store for the real estate market in 2013. Many predictions have been shared, but it seems that there isn’t too much disagreement among experts. Prices are on the rise and the market is healthier than it has been in years.

The article I am sharing today includes a compilation of ten real estate market trends to pay attention to in 2013. Although it supports opinions reported on other similar lists I have found, it also features some new concepts that haven’t been as widely publicized.

Published on The Fiscal Times website, this article predicts an increase in first time home buyers and a higher number of short sales. Those are just two items on their list that were educational for me. Others include predictions regarding construction loans, credit standards and interest rates. You can click the link below to read this article in its entirety.

Predicted Trends to Watch in 2013.

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