After a whirlwind of activity last year, this spring’s real estate market promises to be a lower-key affair. With lingering job insecurity and a long-delayed recovery in the labor market, economic headwinds are expected to buffet the home sales environment.
“It still is a buyer’s market because we still have considerable supply of properties,” said Marcia Solberg, president of the Plymouth and South Shore Realtor Association.
If there is one bright spot, Plymouth County homes sales were stronger than sales in Norfolk County or the Greater Boston area. Additionally, at least one real estate agent said he has seen strength in the market for homes priced under $300,000.
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