Why the US housing market is about to explode

Posted February 06, 2018 05:27:53 The US real estate market has reached a new peak, according to a new report from RealtyTrac.

The index rose to 8,076, and a number of other cities are approaching it.

“The US realtors association predicts an annualized increase of more than 8,000 homes to a total of 9,600,000 units in 2019,” the report said.

“As of January 31, 2019, the number of properties in the US had surpassed 9 million.

In the year to January 31 the number exceeded 11 million.”

Realtors report The report does not include the total number of homes in the market, but it suggests that the US is poised to add more than 10 million homes to the market in 2019.

That would be the fourth consecutive year that the market has passed 10 million.

The increase in home values, however, is expected to slow as prices begin to fall.

The report noted that “most of the gains are expected to be driven by the construction sector, which saw a 3.6% increase in 2019.”

A few markets, like New York, have experienced strong gains.

New York saw a 1.9% increase.

“A number of factors may contribute to this robust recovery, including the strong growth of the housing sector, the recent recovery from the 2008 global financial crisis, and the ongoing consolidation of many major housing assets,” the Realty Trac report said, adding that “some of these factors are also likely to be responsible for the sharp increase in housing inventory.”

The housing market could remain on the rise for a long time, though.

The number of new listings increased 8.6%, but that was mainly because of new construction, according the Realtors report.

And that means more people will be renting.

According to Realtytrac, the average price of a rental unit in the country has risen an average of 3.3% over the last year.

That’s a lot of new apartments and condos, which are also creating demand for renters.

That demand, in turn, is pushing up prices.

“In some cities, particularly in New York and Los Angeles, rents are on the upswing,” the real estate firm said.

For example, in the city of Chicago, where the median household income is $70,000, rents rose 11% over last year, according, to the report.

In addition, “housing values have also been on the uptick in many cities and regions, which could have a direct impact on demand for new homes,” the firm added.

A housing recovery?

The real estate industry has been on a tear lately.

There have been a lot more listings than there were a few years ago, as new housing construction is now more common.

And, there’s been a surge in supply.

But the increase in demand is still far lower than what was predicted.

For some of the big markets, such as San Francisco and Los Angles, prices are rising faster than they were last year or even a year ago.

But in many of the smaller markets, prices have actually fallen, which has some investors concerned.

“There’s a little bit of concern that the recovery in the housing market may be too gradual and not enough housing is being built,” Realtor.com analyst Adam Schlesinger told Business Insider.

“So if you look at the cities that are growing the most, those are areas that have seen some of these gains.

But I think most people will see that prices are coming back down, even though it’s still not a huge jump.”