All buyers want to live comfortably, whether they're feeling cramped in a current home or are looking for more space in their investment.
Low inventory could temper expectations for an acceleration in housing activity
As inventory lags, it may take time for buyers to find their ‘perfect home’
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But while those numbers indicate a drop from 2013, the group still outperformed home sales nationwide, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting
Milwaukee took the lead, with a forecast of 4.9 percent price growth. But Ohio
claimed many of the top spots—Cleveland came in at No. 2, with Columbus and
Dayton also ranking in the top 10.
Milwaukee ranks No.1, and the low end of the housing market is positioned to take the lead in price growth in 2015, according to Clear Capital's latest forecast.