Hottest real estate markets for millennials in 2019 – Fox business hottest real estate markets for millennials in 2019 Fox Business Even with home prices and mortgage rates on the rise this year, dreams of owning a home are still alive and well.
Seattle’s housing market has warmed up and cooled down a lot in the past few years, but no matter which way you crunch the numbers, it’s still a bit on the pricey side. It’s especially a burden for.
Photo: Jeff Cleary/Flickr The next hottest zip code in California for Millennials isn’t the famous 90210, but LA’s 90014. The hip LA zip code is currently trending as the top hot-spot in the country for Millennials, with neighboring 90013 taking second place, according to a recent study by the listing site RentCafe.
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How much longer will real estate prices keep rising? Economists say prices should level off by 2020, with most forecasting a recession in the next few years.
Hale said the cities where Millennials are choosing to buy homes is a “good leading indicator” of which markets are hot, and which ones are not – and Clarksville, she said, is HOT. Experts say.
And what will the real estate market do in 2019 if mortgage rates climb even higher? In June 2018, the Mortgage Bankers association (mba) updated its long-range forecast. They predicted that average 30-year mortgage rates would rise to 4.9% by the fourth quarter of 2018, and inch upward in 2019 as well.
In the next 10 years, Millennials are expected to purchase an estimated 10 million homes, ushering more than 20 million first-time homebuyers into the housing market. is rising, some markets are.
The real estate market in and around South Florida was hit pretty hard by the precipitous drop in nationwide real estate values, and with a 35% average drop in value in the Miami area, now might be just the time for sun worshippers to purchase a home in the sunshine state. A single family home in Miami will currently cost you around $206,000.