Destin, FL – January 3, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — The worst annual real estate markets forecast for 2012 have been issued by Housing Predictor, which selects the 25 best and 25 worst markets annually. Cities are chosen that have the highest probability of reaching their forecasts.
Despite the troubled economy, and the struggling real estate market more than 15 states are projected to experience housing inflation in 2012, indicating that after more than five years of hard times in many areas of the country stabilizing factors are projected to impact much of the U.S. in the New Year.
However, there’s no shortage of real estate markets that will experience housing deflation as the nation struggles to recover from the worst downturn in real estate in decades. Housing Predictor issues more than 230 local housing market forecasts in all 50 U.S. states, and updates them throughout the year as local market conditions warrant.
Consumers, real estate companies, home builders, Wall Street bankers, investors, homeowners and many of the country’s largest retailers trust Housing Predictor, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary. Housing Predictor also regularly surveys visitors on real estate related issues and keeps visitors up to date on mortgage rates.