‘Normal’ Housing Market May Not Be What It Used To Be

‘Normal’ Housing Market May Not Be What It Used To Be.

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Jim Mulleady is the Broker for Coldwell Banker Mulleady REALTORS located in Eagle River, WI. Jim has a BS in Industrial Technology from UW Stout and an MBA - Marketing from DePaul University. Jim has over 20 years of marketing and sales experience.
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2 Responses to ‘Normal’ Housing Market May Not Be What It Used To Be

  1. grant says:

    “Home builders can’t build homes fast enough to offset shrinking inventories in both the new and existing homes market and that’s pushing up prices, hopefully not faster than interest rates will rise”….Really?

    • It certainly is not happening in my area!!! Here in the Northwoods building is really slow. Many of the smaller builders have had to close up. This Realty Times article was looking at the big picture. It was looking at the country’s population growth, the lack of new construction and a possible upcoming housing shortage. When one takes the macro view, we are not building enough housing to keep up. It is an interesting theory.

      I hear from my sister in Arizona that building is picking up.

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