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Where Do Experts Say Home Prices Are Going?

filed under: Real Estate posted on August 18th, 2014

Are homes for sale from Cincinnati to West Chester appreciating in value?

According to the article below, the experts see prices for real estate going up hitting over a 11% appreciation rate by 2018.  But remember, real estate is local and the chart below shows average sale prices for 9 different areas around town.  The data source is the Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati:

  2001 2006 2013
Anderson $222,435 $282,015 $251,126
Green Twp $133,095 $165,471 $125,548
Hyde Park $284,896 $408,247 $414,632
Lebanon $175,554 $176,893 $158,999
Liberty Twp $222,256 $274,154 $249,270
Madeira $210,743 $267,278 $263,496
Mason $257,017 $315,463 $298,508
West Chester $181,136 $249,480 $222,544
Wyoming $250,194 $331,527 $315,342

Cincinnati real estate continues to appreciate in value, however some of our neighborhoods will rise in value at a slower pace than during the crazy days in 2005-2006.  The national perspective that values will rise is based on a variety of things and the people at Keeping Current Matters always do a great job of explaining the market.

From: The KCM Crew on August 11, 2014 in KCM Updates

Where Do The Experts Say Home Prices Are Going? | Keeping Current Matters

In the latest Home Expectation Survey, Pulsenomics surveyed a nationwide panel of over 100 economists, real estate experts and investment & market strategists, to find out their prediction for home prices through 2018.

We wanted to make sure we updated our members with the visuals that you have become accustomed as soon as they were available.

If we look at Average Annual Appreciation since 1987 we can see that we are still in a recovery after the housing bubble burst in May of 2007.

Average Annual % Appreciation

As we return to a more normal market, the experts are predicting that appreciation will slow over the next 5 years. Here is the breakdown of the Projected Mean Percentage Appreciation.
Projected Appreciation

As you can see from the chart below, the most optimistic bulls of the group are predicting Cumulative House Appreciations of 27.8%, while even the bears of the group are still predicting an 11.2% appreciation by 2018.
Cumulative Appreciation

We believe that the Home Price Expectation Survey is a fair depiction of what the future holds for the housing market, and will continue to report on their findings as they become available.

Details about the rate of appreciation for your greater Cincinnati neighborhood -call or email.

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