There’s good news in the forecast for the housing market. The boom is over – but predictions indicate that the market in the Twin Cities will level out in 2006 to a sustainable, healthy pace.
The Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS® (MAAR) forecasts a small decline in 2006 buyer and seller activity. As we advance into 2007, the residential market should evolve to one of slow and steady growth in most categories, eventually surpassing the record numbers of 2004-2005.
For the full article, visit the MAAR web site.
Category: Twin Cities Area & MN Housing Market