Macomb County Michigan: Will Home Values Appreciate or Depreciate in 2020?
By: Rick Giese RE/MAX First
. Their latest edition sheds some light on the relationship between seller traffic (supply) and buyer traffic (demand) during this pandemic.
What are the experts saying?
Here are the thoughts of three industry experts on the subject: Ivy Zelman:
"We note that inventory as a percent of households sits at the lowest level ever, something we believe will limit the overall degree of home price pressure through the year."
Mark Fleming, Chief Economist, First American:
"Housing supply remains at historically low levels, so house price growth is likely to slow, but it's not likely to go negative."
"Two forces prevent a collapse in house prices. First, as we indicated in our earlier research report, U.S. housing markets face a large supply deficit. Second, population growth and pent up household formations provide a tailwind to housing demand."
Listening to the experts, it seems that prices will remain stable throughout 2020. If you're thinking about selling your home, let's connect to discuss how you can capitalize on the somewhat surprising demand in the market now.
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Rick Giese RE/MAX First