The US real estate market starts the year on a strong note with the highest sales since 2006. Prices also soared by over 14% and inventory levels sank still further. Analysts point to a busy 2021 with buoyant sales through Q1 and Q2.
Higher prices, more expensive mortgages and an increase in sales form the basis of predictions for the US property market in 2021. This scenario has interesting implications for investors. Find out why in our latest news article.
Price hikes, lower inventory levels and fast sales in September set the tone for an unusually busy autumn for the US property market. Competition for homes will be fierce and many buyers will not be able to purchase the property they want. As a result, opportunities for buy-to-let investment will open up even further.
Despite unemployment and lower GDP growth, the effects of covid-19 are sustaining the US housing market. Pending sales and house prices are increasing while inventory levels plummet meaning analysts forecast stiff bidding wars between buyers over the rest of the summer.
Record buyer interest and surging house prices suggest that the US real estate market has recovered its pre-pandemic levels. And based on the latest figures, analysts are predicting the busiest summer ever, although buyers face a chronic lack of supply.
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Almost half way into 2018 and strong economic tailwinds are expected to continue to push prices up in the US property market.
The US property market saw properties almost flying off the shelves last year according to new research from an online property portal . In 2017, homes took just 81 days to closure making it the fastest year for sales on record.
Strong demand and lack of available building land means that despite the rise in permits there are just not enough new single-family homes in the US.
A recent survey shows rentals are a more popular option on the US property market with everyone including Baby Boomers, once staunch homeowners.
In the year to February, US new home permits and sales went up, but not enough to keep up with pent-up demand in a challenging buyer’s market.