Destin, FL – August 1, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — A shake up has developed in the best real estate markets forecast for the year by Housing Predictor as cities that appeared to be developing stronger markets decline, and others move into full-fledged housing recoveries. Many cities in the U.S. are sustaining the blow of a generation in terms of home prices, but there are markets that are strengthening.
Areas that haven’t been hit as hard as other states by foreclosures in the upper Mid-West and Northern states are moving into recoveries in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Vermont and other isolated markets scattered throughout the U.S.
The best 25 market forecasts are issued at the beginning of each year by Housing Predictor analysts and have been updated to reflect changes as local market conditions shift. The volatility of the economy has set up a recovery in some isolated real estate markets of the country.
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