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A Macro to Micro approach to real estate analysis is integral to nearly every project that is completed.  Fully analyzing real estate and economic trends, on an MSA level, is one of the critical parts of this multi-layered methodology. Market indicators are examined in great detail to support specific analyses and recommendations within individual client reports.  To help you track markets that are important to your business, several key trends in major U.S. markets have been provided for you. 

By choosing a market to the left, you can stay up-to-date with employment, unemployment, housing construction, and housing price trends in critical MSAs.  Overview graphs of these trends are provided for each market to help you stay abreast of local conditions and to put market cycles and statistics that you may be observing in the proper context.  When you are ready for a more in-depth analysis or forecasting of a specific market, submarket or project, contact me by phone or email and I can help you achieve your goals. 

 

 

Stephen E. Ross, Real Estate Consultant

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