A US based real-estate expert working for a renowned financial consulting firm, United Relief Centre, has recently shared his expert analysis of the current housing market situation in the US. Major resources including the
According to the URC expert, one of the major reasons behind the slow start in the spring is the housing prices in most of the major markets. However, he states that the market will go into a late bloom. "It won't be the first time we witness a slow take off. There are numerous reasons that can lead to such situation. First, there is the price, which is currently higher than what people are willing to pay and then there is the fact that winter was longer than usual this time around. Yet, in any case, we know that these are temporary factors and the market will rebound before we know it," the expert states.
Backing the claims, the expert shared a recent report by the
The expert, who has more than a decade worth of experience in the US housing market, advised the homebuyers to view current situation in a more positive light. "There is always a silver lining. The slowdown is indicative of how the industry has swiftly moved towards recovery during the past two years. The recent slump in the numbers is only natural because there are lesser distressed properties to buy," he adds.
More information regarding United Relief Centre and its panel of experts can be found at http://www.unitedreliefcentre.com.
About United Relief Centre
United Relief Centre is an organization founded by a team of financial experts from the US and
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