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Lingering issues involving supply chains and the employment outlook are contributing to widespread economic uncertainty, but the U.S. housing market bucks that trend as it continues to sizzle during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
Florida homes keep fetching more money than they’re worth, a disturbing development that eventually could put buyers in a bind, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.
FAU's Ken H. Johnson and Paul Owers discuss the use of median sales prices in determining housing market trends.
Florida housing markets remain plagued by rampant overpricing, putting potential buyers at such a disadvantage that they may be better off postponing homeownership, according to researchers at FAU and FIU.