Will house prices go down in Florida? After nearly ten years of substantial interest in properties, the real estate market in South Florida shows no indications of easing up. Most experts believe the market will continue to boil for at least another year, either well into 2022 or 2023.
Real estate is experiencing low-interest record rates that make housing affordable. However, that has skyrocketed the house prices. Its apparent crystal demand is outpacing supply; what next? Could the mobile and modular homes be the fix?
Mobile homes for sale might be the potential fix to the American housing shortage because they take a shorter time to build than site-built homes.
Recently, Google reported that the search “When is the housing market going to crash?” had spiked 2,450% in the past month. Many are anticipating history to repeat itself, just like the 2008 housing market crash.
When the prices become unsustainable, and buyers pull out, demand falls.
When are these crazy prices in Florida going to stop? When are we going to see prices plateau? We’re going to be talking about that right now. Stay tuned.
After a year and a half, almost two years of intense demands in real estate in the Florida market, most experts believe that we still have at least two years of growth, so that puts us some time, somewhere around 2022, 2023 before we start seeing prices level off.
Even Freddie Mac predicts that the prices across the country will go up about 6.6% in 2021 and 4.4% in 2022. Even as the market begins to adjust to post-pandemic life, interest rates remain super low. Millennials will start to enter the market soon, contributing to the steady increase in prices across the board.
The pandemic has had a mixed reaction on the real estate performance.
With all of these Covid-19 vaccinations gaining momentum, life coming back to normality, a ton of buyers are out there thinking of becoming homeowners now in 2021 and 2022.
This is the perfect storm, sales of properties went up 6%, so there were more properties sold last year than the year before. And values went up 10% compared to 2020. On top of that, you have historically low rates. 2.5%, 3%, I’ve been in this business for many years, where the average interest rate has been five to six; this is huge.
On top of that, the lack of inventory is putting pressure on those prices to continue growing up. Okay, guys, so these are my predictions for the market for the next couple of years. People will continue moving to Florida, and interest rates will remain low. For now, the demand will continue to outpace supply, the popularity of new construction will continue to grow. Multi-family real estate will continue to be highly lucrative. Vacation rentals will be more popular than ever.