This is an interesting time for year-over-year housing statistics, no matter what market youâ€™re looking at, considering that in most areas April 2010 was reeling in the buyers due to the impending end of the tax credit, and May 2010 was nearly lethargic as buyers hit the brakes after missing out on the $8,000 government handout. It was no different in the Twin Cities metro, but according to the RE/MAX Summer Seasonal Trend Report, and three RE/MAX real estate experts, a few studied â€“ and unstudied â€“ trends could certainly turn the summer housing market into a balmy one.Â Click here to read the full report.
The RE/MAX North Central Monthly Housing Report for the Twin Cities metro, released on Monday, March 21, piqued the interest of Brad Allen, a reporter at MinnPost.Â Jeremiah Bouley with RE/MAX Results in Elk River, MN chatted with Brad and explained the latest housing numbers (issued by the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORSÂ®) and trends to help show there is a silver lining among a few dark clouds of the local housing market.Â Click here to read the full report.
The RE/MAX Monthly Housing Reports for December 2010 for the Twin Cities Metro and the Milwaukee Metro are now available.Â These reports highlight housing statistics provided by the RMLS and gathered on behalf of the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORSÂ® and the Greater Milwaukee Association of REALTORSÂ®.Â The reports have been distributed to Twin Cities and Milwaukee area publications and broadcast stations and are now available for you to download.
The Twin Cities Metro housing market may be viewed as steadily complex and frustrating as recent statistics continue to show us downward sloping trends, but three RE/MAX experts explain it’s doing exactly what it’s supposed to be doing.Â To learn more, click here and read the RE/MAX North Central Winter Seasonal Trend Report.
The $8,000 Tax Credit may be gone but that doesn’t mean the Twin Cities housing market is hurting.Â Sure, there was a little lull in activity immediately following its expiration, but seven Twin Cities RE/MAX Associates say the summer market will be strong thanks to still-low interest rates, good inventory and other buyer-incentives.Â Click the icon to the right (â†’) to read RE/MAX North Centralâ€™s Seasonal Trend Report offering information about the Twin Cities housing market, what it went through this spring and what area experts are looking forward to this summer.
As we officially merge into the spring season the Twin Cities 13-county metro housing market could see some positive shoots of growth. Four local RE/MAX brokers suggest the spring housing market will warm up and offer home buyers in the metro some advantages. Click the icon to the right (â†’) to check out the RE/MAX North Central Seasonal Trend Report; it offers a summary of the metroâ€™s winter market, specific comments from our RE/MAX brokers, and an outlook at the Twin Cities spring market.