In the span of a year, housing markets can skyrocket, crash, or remain steady. Markets around the country suffered after 2008, but have made reasonable recoveries. In an article found on ProSales’ sister site, Builder, Metrostudy's chief economist Brad Hunter describes the changes in several U.S. markets from Q414 to Q415. While some places, such as Phoenix and Las Vegas, grew markets in places like Chicago, slowed. Follow the link below to read Hunter’s full analysis.
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