Real Estate Markets

Jan. 10, 2010

Atlanta Real Estate Market

City of AtlantaThe center of the South's commercial and financial industry, Atlanta, Georgia, in recent years had seen average home prices rising with no end in sight. However, of course, the end was in sight and it came with the onset of the U.S. financial crisis that triggered the bursting ...
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Dec. 29, 2009

Berkeley Real Estate Market

Memorial Glade and Sather Tower on the campus ...A city that would seem immune from price shocks and real estate market crashes because of its high level of affluent residents and its world-famous higher education institutions, the Berkeley real estate market  has nonetheless suffered some of the aftershocks that the U.S. and world financial crisis have had ...
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Dec. 23, 2009

Raleigh Real Estate News

Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina as seen from ...North Carolina's capital city, Raleigh has suffered with the rest of the country amidst the downturn in the U.S. housing market, seeing an overall increase in foreclosure, a drop in home values and a buildup of excess inventory. The market for real estate in Raleigh is steadying in ...
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Dec. 20, 2009

Hawaiian real estate market


Though the greater Hawaiian real estate market has been off greatly since the beginning of the financial crisis and the bursting of the U.S. housing bubble, with vastly lower and falling prices, rising foreclosures and inventory and slowing sales, recent figures in Honolulu show that the state's capital ...

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Dec. 17, 2009

Kansas City Real Estate News

City of Kansas CityThe metropolitan area of Kansas City, which stretches across two states, is one of the most popular up and coming cities today. But not even the popularity for its affordability, wealth of industry and multitude of entertainment venues could save the city from the inevitable U.S. housing market slump ...
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Dec. 15, 2009

Portland Real Estate News

City Hall of Portland, Oregon

Like much of the country, the market for real estate in Portland has suffered over the past two years as a result of the greater fluctuations in the national housing market brought on by the global recession. There has been a rise in foreclosures and home prices have fallen.

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Dec. 14, 2009

Tennessee real estate update


Though real estate in Tennessee may have been hit quite as hard as in some of the markets on the coast where prices have plummeted, losing their value by 100% or more, the state has nonetheless suffered its setbacks since the onset of the financial crisis in America. During this ...

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Dec. 12, 2009

Kona real estate news


The market that makes up a large share of what is known as the "Big Island," or Hawaii, Kona real estate has suffered many of the same setbacks as other real estate markets in Hawaii, with lower prices and home values, rising foreclosures and falling sales volumes. This area of ...

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Dec. 10, 2009

Irvine Housing update


Part of the the infamous Orange County, real estate in Irvine, California, has been hit like the rest of the Southern California region. However, as of recent months, activity has been picking up in Irvine and there have been several positive trends, suggesting the city may be past the worst ...

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Dec. 7, 2009

Denver Foreclosure Update

foreclosurePublic Trustee filings for 2009 Foreclosures in Denver remain on a par with 2008.  Information released from  the Public Trustee's office showed 480 filings for the month October 2009, with a projection that total filings in Denver County will approximate 2008’s total filings of 6,145.  The ...

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