These are good times for U.S. homeowners, and they should continue to roll in 2018, experts say. U.S. home prices rose by 7% from September 2016 to September 2017, according to CoreLogic. The property information data firm expects home values to continue to land in the “plus” category in 2018, but at a lower growth rate of 4.7%. At these growth levels, many U.S. regions could become overvalued, home price-wise, which would contribute to the slight decline in prices that CoreLogic estimates. Do other real estate experts agree with that sentiment? TheStreet canvassed several real estate gurus to see where they believe home prices will go and how the real estate market will look like in 2018.
Source: Brian O’Connell