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Trulia: Hottest housing-market conditions will move inland from coasts in 2019 | The News Funnel

Trulia: Hottest housing-market conditions will move inland from coasts in 2019 | The News Funnel | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
(Credit: iStock) Housing markets in coastal cities have been the hottest in recent years, but Trulia predicts that the top markets in 2019 wil
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HOT MARKETS moving inland?   OK, so don't overlook San Antonio - we're inland (and less expensive than others just North of here about an hour or so - not mentioning any names) :-)

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San Antonio housing market heats up as prices continue climbing

San Antonio housing market heats up as prices continue climbing | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The San Antonio Board of Realtors says home prices in Alamo City are continuing to steadily rise in February 2018.
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check out the San Antonio housing market...

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Single-Family Starts Zoom to 7-Year High

Housing starts for newly constructed single-family homes soared to the highest level in November since January 2008, boosting builders’ confidence as they look to head into 2016.
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positive news in the housing market

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Real Estate Market Prepares for Burst of New Listings

Real Estate Market Prepares for Burst of New Listings | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The inventory crisis reaches a “crucial inflection point,” signaling the possible end of years-long housing shortages, according to realtor.com®.
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keep an eye on the market - is a turn coming?

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What the Fed’s Decision Means for Housing

Since 2008, the Federal Reserve has kept a zero-interest rate policy in place. But on Wednesday, in a largely anticipated move, they voted to bring an end to that era and increased its benchmark short-term interest rate by 25 basis points from near zero.
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it had to happen - this is a small step in rate increases - as rates move up, buying power drops down - a good reason to move forward on your home purchase - want to know more, call me


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