Best US Housing Markets for Buyers and Sellers

LoganMohtashami | Dec 12, 2012 01:25 PM ET Sellers market in low inventory areas with investor demand for rentals. Sounds like such recovery gaining steam to me, cough cough Logan Mohtashami

ChloeMorgan22 | Dec 12, 2012 02:22 PM ET If you think Dorothy`s story is surprising..., last week my moms girlfriend got paid $6174 workin a 20 hour week from there apartment and there classmate`s step-aunt`s neighbour done this for 3 months and actually earned over $6174 in there spare time on there labtop. applie the advice from this site.. Great60

Joshua58 | Dec 12, 2012 04:01 PM ET what is wrong with this world.... how can you trust a report from Zillow when their reports are so outdated. check out your local area homes available in zillow and compare it with redfin zillow is so outdated that it shows active to houses that have been sold last year. it is just rubbish. when you submit a query to a garbage database, you get garbage reports... that is Zillow... grading from A to Z... you get Z or is that your symbol!!!

56k_modems | Dec 12, 2012 05:04 PM ET LOL Nobody wants to live in 3rd world texas.

justdefacts | Dec 12, 2012 05:20 PM ET Housing prices in US will EASILY DOUBLE over the next few years, simply due to the fact of how low average House prices are in US compared to the rest of the developed World and given the FACT of how little Houses have been built in US over last 4 years.

justdefacts | Dec 12, 2012 05:21 PM ET The Question is WHY right-wing LYING Media has been engaging in doom & gloom about real estate? Because they want you to rather than investing in your communities, which would be the result of you buying Homes to live in, to send your money like a good SLAVE to Wall Street to buy Gold & Stock certificates, so that the right-wing Media/Cabal behind the Wall Street gang can get Richer & Richer off you. Also when you do not buy a House to live in, beside not investing in your communities, you will be of course renting, which usually is from the Wall Street Land LORDS, which again is another reason for them to doom & gloom buying Homes and instead have you rent from them to make them Richer & Richer off you.

Malkiel | Dec 12, 2012 05:23 PM ET Thus we see that crime keeps on paying long after the perps on gone. Despite not having a housing shortage California and Nevada buyers are forced to bid against inflated prices offered by sellers who bought during the bubble and speculators who haven`t figured out that prices still have a way to go down (this is inevitable because the lending practices which created the bubble are no longer in play). It will take years for California prices to reflect California incomes, even though no housing shortage exists, and many buyers will overpay in the interim because they can`t outwait the market...

We.are.being.played | Dec 12, 2012 05:30 PM ET Again, can we ever hope to get anything out of CNBC other than the people that have a vested interested on the topic. Zillow !!! How do you think they survive ? Tanted. NOT Trustworthy in this use. Of course it is hard to find an impartial third party that would substanbtiate the BS being shilled. We are being played.

sidfeinberg | Dec 12, 2012 05:40 PM ET justdefacts ( Lawrence Yun) | Dec 12, 2012 05:20 PM ET Housing prices in US will EASILY DOUBLE over the next few years, simply due to the fact of how low average House prices are in US compared to the rest of the developed World and given the FACT of how little Houses have been built in US over last 4 years. *********************************************************************** I agree with Lawrence Yun (name sounds familiar) above, with all the high income, high skilled jobs being created, prices can easily be doubled. My Realtor, Tom Adkins, says that prices will easily go up 10% per year.






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