Coachella Valley Real Estate Market For May 2019

Dated: 06/14/2019

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At this point in the year, we are getting a good sense for how the Greater Palm Springs Real Estate market is likely to perform for the foreseeable future. And although it is not a particularly exciting forecast, it is a desirable one. Markets across the country are regulating toward a middle ground between buyers and sellers. While it remains true that sales prices are running higher and that inventory options are relatively low, buyers are beginning to find wiggle room at some price points and geographies.


Coachella Valley Real Estate Market For May 2019


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An extended trend of low unemployment, higher wages and favorable mortgage rates has been a terrific driver of housing stability in recent years.What is different about this year so far is that prices are not rising as quickly. Some of the hottest Western markets are even cooling slightly, while some Northeast markets are achieving a state of recovery after a decade of battling back from recession. As a whole, the selling season is looking fairly stable across the nation.

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