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The 10 Real-Estate Markets to Watch in 2018


Trulia recently released its predictions for the 2018 real-estate scene, including the 10 housing ... (ranked 8th), but falters in affordability (ranked 58th)." 3. Raleigh, North Carolina "Raleigh, N.C., ranks third on our list because of its strength ...


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The 10 Real-Estate Markets to Watch in 2018 Architectural Digest 1 day ago Lindsey Mather © Photo: DenisTangneyJr/Getty Images The #1 city on Trulia's list of housing markets it predicts will grow in 2018. Is one of your New Year's resolutions to move out of your overpriced city to somewhere you can actually save a few dollars of your paycheck every month? First of all, we feel youSecond, be advised that when it comes to where to house-hunt, not all places are created equalTrulia recently released its predictions for the 2018 real-estate scene, including the 10 housing markets it expects to grow next year (and so the 10 cities you should keep an eye on)According to Trulia, "look inland for markets that are poised for housing market growth in 2018: those with a good combination of job growth, online search interest, low vacancy rates, young households, and affordability are exclusively in Midwest and South." Using those five metrics to analyze the 100 largest U.Smarkets, Trulia determined the top 10 cities "poised for growth:"The Top 31Grand Rapids, Michigan"Grand Rapids, Mich., tops our list because it has seen strong and recent employment growth (ranked 11th), has a relatively low vacancy rate, and a high share of households under 35 (ranked 16th and 17th, respectively)."2Nashville, Tennessee"Nashville, Tenn., ranks second because it has the strongest job growth in the country and has a very high share of households under 35 (ranked 8th), but falters in affordability (ranked 58th)."3Raleigh, North Carolina"Raleigh, N.C., ranks third on our list because of its strength in two categories: it has strong job growth (ranks 3rd) and a low vacancy rate (ranks 15th)Raleigh lags in affordability and inbound search ratio (ranks 43rd and 46th, respectively)."7 Others to Think About4El Paso, Texas5San Antonio, Texas6Fort Worth, Texas7Austin, Texas8Columbus, Ohio9Madison, Wisconsin10Cincinnati, OhioSee the videos Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT How President Trump benefits from the GOP tax plan President Trump says he will not benefit from the GOP tax billIs that true? 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