May 2013

Found 2 blog entries for May 2013.

As home prices continue to climb and housing construction is on the rise, many people are beginning to wonder if this housing recovery is too good to be true. There are 3 main concerns: 1. the gain on demand owes to investors and international buyers, which suggests it is fleeting, 2. the Fed’s QE3 is creating another housing bubble and 3. the home building industry is not prepared for a gain in construction which explains the fall in sentiment.

Housing Start Projections

Focusing on the first factor, investors have played a key role in spurring the housing recovery. In markets like Phoenix and Atlanta, investors have made up a disproportionate share of sales by buying properties in bulk. By doing so, they’ve cleared out excess inventory and stabilized the market, prompting

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$339,000 , 1 bedrooms, 1 full baths, 0 half baths, 886 square feet
  Gary Giffin | Andrew Arroyo Real Estate- www.SanDiegoHomeSold.com | (858) 401-0204
4005 Carmel View Rd Unit 58, San Diego, CA
4005 Carmel View Rd - Arborlake Top Floor Views of Lakes. 1 bed
plus Loft & Storage area
1BR/1BA Condo   offered at $339,000
Year Built 1987
Sq Footage 886
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1 full, 0 partial
Floors 2
Parking 1 Covered spaces
Lot Size Unspecified
HOA/Maint $0 per month

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