A stronger housing market, increased small-business lending and many construction projects in progress were some of the positive economic signs Coast leaders discussed Thursday at the Sun Herald’s quarterly Business Roundtable. The meeting was hosted by Keesler Air Force Base.
Houses for sale are spending less time on the market, and for the first time in two years there’s a double-digit increase in new-home sales, said Ray Gonzales, real estate broker with Century 21 Williams & Associates. There are also fewer short sales and foreclosures, he said.
For the first time in more than three decades, Ocean Springs is surpassing Gulfport in home sales, Gonzales said.
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