'A Super Hot Market': Economists Weigh In On What To Expect In 2021

Dated: December 27 2020

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By Andrea V. Brambila

inman.com — The housing market will enter 2021 blazing hot with off-the-charts demand and an extreme shortage of homes for sale. While the risk of a double-dip recession hovers in the background, home sales and prices are expected to keep rising next year as coronavirus vaccines become available, the economy starts buzzing again and a new president focused on housing takes the helm. Inventory will continue to rule.

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