Suffolk County NY Real Estate Predictions for 2014
Taking a look at Suffolk County NY real estate predictions for 2014, experts from the Urban Land Institute explain how the rest of the housing recovery will play out in their Emerging Trends Real Estate report. The information came from surveys and interviews with real estate developers, investors, lenders, services and builders.
Trulia's chief economist, Jed Kolko, says buying a home in 2014 will be less affordable as prices continue to rise and rental activity picks up in urban areas.
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