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National Housing Market Matthew Gardner’s Top 10 Predictions for 2022 Matthew Gardner’s Top 10 Predictions for 2022 by Matthew Gardner 1. Prices will continue to rise There are some who believe that U.S. home prices will drop in the coming year given last year’s extremely rapid pace of growth, but I disagree. I don’t expect prices to fall; however, the pace of appreciation will slow […]
National Housing Market Monday with Matthew: Is a Housing Bubble on the Horizon? by Matthew Gardner Hello there! I’m Windermere Real Estate’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, and welcome to a rather special episode of Mondays with Matthew. Why special? Well, regular viewers of my videos will know that I generally take this opportunity to give you an update on the housing related numbers that came out in the […]
National Housing Market 10 Predictions for the 2021 Housing Market by Windermere’s Chief Economist by Matthew Gardner   1. Economic Growth Will Pick up – But Not Until the Summer As you are all aware, the job recovery has slowed significantly over the past few months and the December number – which saw employment levels actually drop by 140,000 jobs – was really quite appalling. But… as bad as […]
National Housing Market COVID-19 REMAINS A WILDCARD FOR THE SEATTLE REAL ESTATE MARKET MARCH 13, 2020 [THE STATE OF] REAL ESTATE This is the time of year when our real estate market starts to heat up, but many are  questioning what impact the coronavirus outbreak may have. For now, real estate industry experts say coronavirus remains a wild card. The lending and refinancing side of real estate has […]
National Housing Market 2020 Economic & Housing Market Forecast Posted in Economics 101 Videos and Market News by Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist, Windermere Real Estate As we head toward the end of the year, it’s time to recap how the U.S. economy and housing markets performed this year and offer my predictions for 2020.   U.S. Economy In general, the economy performed pretty much as I expected this year: […]
National Housing Market THE GARDNER REPORT – THIRD QUARTER 2019 ECONOMIC OVERVIEW Washington State employment has softened slightly to an annual growth rate of 2%, which is still a respectable number compared to other West Coast states and the country as a whole. In all, I expect that Washington will continue to add jobs at a reasonable rate though it is clear that businesses are […]
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