US Real Estate

December 17, 2009by


Real estate in United States is one of the largest markets in the world. In fact, it is so significant to world economic activity that the availability of easy money and the subsequent Housing Bubble triggered the Sub-Prime Crisis and eventually the global Financial Crisis of 2008 - 2009 that brought the world's economy to its knees.

Housing prices have collapsed in those years - and foreclosures have soared. There is some good news though. Property prices are now much more affordable, and once the economy recovers house prices will start to rise once again in areas with positive demographic and employment trends.

The US real estate market is divided into 2 sectors: commercial real estate and residential real estate. Most discussion tends to focus on residential real estate (ie houses), but commercial real estate is also a critical sector of the economy, and is made up of offices, shopping malls, factories, warehouses and other commercial buildings.

In order to be successful in real estate investment, an investor needs to understand house price trends, assess the condition and value of the investment property, and secure a suitable mortgage or other form of real estate finance.

Particularly on the part of the United State the real estate plays a very significant role as it constitutes the largest asset for most consumers and provides considerable tax income to the Government

In this guide we have compiled real estate information for every state in the US, as listed below.

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