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Overvalued Markets

Home Prices Reaching ‘Inflection Point’ in Overvalued Markets

By | 12/02/2021

Home prices continue to rise across the country and are poised to flatten in some metropolitan areas, according to a ranking of the most overvalued U.S. housing markets by professors at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

Housing Market Tool

New Index Provides Insight into Possibility of Housing Crash

By | 11/02/2021

Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business launched a new, free website tool to help consumers, lenders and real estate professionals make more informed home buying decisions. 

Housing October

Alternative to Case-Shiller Index Shows Home Prices Across U.S. Continue to Rise at Near-record Rates

By | 10/26/2021

Rising premiums in many of the nation’s most overvalued housing markets suggest that homebuying remains red hot even as signs point to a looming price correction, according to a new ranking of the 100 largest U.S. housing markets.

Housing Market

In Booming Markets, Homebuyers Paying Above Long-term Pricing Trends

By | 09/28/2021

Homes selling for more than they should is a worsening problem in Austin, Texas, as the metropolitan area posted the biggest premium increase among the nation’s 100 largest housing markets, according to new rankings by researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

Florida Housing Market

New Study Ranks Lakeland, Tampa Bay as Florida’s Most Overpriced Housing Markets

By | 08/26/2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic fueling a surge in home prices, Lakeland and Tampa Bay are the most exposed of nine Florida markets, according to a new analysis from professors at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

National Housing Market

Study Ranks Nation’s Most Overvalued Housing Markets

By | 08/26/2021

Phoenix, Las Vegas and Stockton, California – three metropolitan areas hit hard by the nation’s housing collapse more than a decade ago – now rank among the 10 most overvalued of the nation’s largest housing markets, according to a new analysis by professors at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

 

 
 
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