Posts Tagged: improvement

USA: Mountain State Housing Markets Improving

Residential housing in the mountain states of Colorado, Utah and New Mexico is looking stronger than many others, but that’s partly because the comeback hasn’t been as steep. Simply put, homes in the region didn’t appreciate in value over the last decade as much as in the coastal regions, Arizona or Nevada. What didn’t go… Read more »

Central Indiana Real Estate Market Improving

If you’re buying or selling a house, you should know homes are selling at a faster pace in central Indiana. Within the last year, Fishers resident Cory Williams has twice tried to sell his house. Williams said he took his house off the market when prices dropped. “I decided to take it off the market… Read more »

New Orleans Real Estate Market Improving

The New Orleans area housing market finally appears to be recovering, Latter & Blum president Rick Haase told the UNO Economic Outlook and Real Estate Forecast Seminar Friday afternoon. When a real estate market begins to recover, the number of homes sold increases, the backlog of unsold homes on the market decreases, but prices continue… Read more »

Florida Real Estate Market Beginning to Improve

State economists and local housing officials are heartened by what they see as signs that the housing market has stabilized and is expected to begin improving after 2012. John Tuccillo, chief economist for Orlando-based Florida Realtors, said state median home sales across the state have increased 15 percent since January and home prices have increased… Read more »

LA: New Orleans One of the Top Improving Real Estate Markets

Three Louisiana cities including New Orleans appear on a new list looking at metropolitan areas nationwide showing the most improvement in their housing markets. The National Association of Home Builders’ new First American Improving Markets Index identified 12 metro areas that have seen a turnaround for at least six months in three economic areas key… Read more »

Commercial Real Estate Market Improving in US

Ross Moore has changed his outlook for the better in these last few weeks of 2010. As national chief economist for commercial real estate services company Colliers International, Moore follows about 100 economic indicators that keep his finger on the pulse of the economy and the commercial real estate industry. And since the beginning of… Read more »