Will the Real Estate Market Be Fully Recovered by 2015?

Ever since the real estate market crashed and led to a high number of distressed properties on the market and a record number of foreclosures and short sales, everyone has been asking the same question: “When will a real estate market recovery occur?”

Full Recovery a Long Way Off Say Most Americans

A full recovery in the US housing market won’t happen for at least another three years, or maybe even longer, say 54% of Americans surveyed by Trulia and Realty Trac last year.   The survey, which was designed to evaluate American’s attitudes to real estate, home ownership and the foreclosure crisis, was a great deal

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Washington D.C. Still Leads Recovery

Washington D.C. remained the leader among major U.S. markets in commercial real estate pricing recovery in 2010. The region posted a 5 percent increase in the fourth quarter last year. More specifically, commercial property pricing in that area gained 15 percent for the year and 19 percent since its market low.

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