It’s been ten years since the U.S. housing market crashed and caused many banks to close their doors and many people to lose their homes.
The question today is, has the market recovered? It depends on where you look….it is predicted that the market will have fully recovered by 2025, says Ralph McLaughlin, chief economist.
When predicting the recovery of the housing market, it is vital that you keep in mind the key factor of location.
Housing development varies greatly from state to state and it is places like California where we see a complete recovery in some areas and little to no recovery in others.
Such a large range between close by spaces is due to factors such as the city’s overall well-being. By this, I mean population growth and job outlook.
When a community is expanding and working within its own limits it is inevitable that different areas in the community will also look up, such as the housing market.
When developing the statistics in assessing the recovery of the housing market we compare current data to pre-recession …