We publish new real estate reports on a regular basis, to keep our readers informed. On this page, you’ll always find the latest housing market forecasts and reports for major metro areas across the U.S.
Atlanta, Georgia: Forecasts from economists and analysts suggest that home prices in Atlanta could rise more slowly in 2018 than they did in 2017. But don’t let that fool you. This is still a competitive market, and it could remain that way for some time.
Charlotte, North Carolina: Due to increased demand and limited inventory, Charlotte experienced above-average home price gains during 2017. But economists expect this market to cool down a bit in 2018, in terms of year-over-year price growth.
Chicago, Illinois: Forecasts suggest that home prices in Atlanta could rise more slowly in 2018 than they did in 2017. But don’t let that fool you. This is still a very competitive real estate market, and it could remain that way for some time.
Cleveland, Ohio: A housing report by ATTOM Data Solutions revealed that buying a home is cheaper than renting in Cleveland. But a fresh round of forecasts suggest that house values will keep climbing throughout 2018.
Detroit, Michigan: The real estate market in Motor City has gone from bust to boom over the last few years. And it is now attracting bargain-minded home buyers from other parts of the country, due to the low prices found there.
Las Vegas, Nevada: According to David Tina, president of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors: “these things point to more demand for housing, with more home sales and appreciation expected for the foreseeable future.”
Phoenix, Arizona: The latest housing forecasts from Zillow and other sources suggest that the Phoenix real estate market could be returning to normal, in terms of annual home-price appreciation. But inventory is still pretty low.