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Is Another Bubble Forming?

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After the housing market bust we experienced across the country and Las Vegas in 2008, many experts have been quick to warn that a new bubble may be forming in some areas.

One particular example of this is a recent article pointing toward the California Bay Area’s price gains over the last 18 months.

The quickest and easiest way to show how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go in regards to the ‘Peak’ is to share CoreLogic’s Price & Time Since Peak figures, used to create the map below. You will see that Nevada home prices are still 35% below their peak.

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Even with the high performance of prices in the Bay Area, the state of California as a whole is still -14.4% below their Peak, experienced in May of 2006.

The biggest challenge facing the Las Vegas housing market’s recovery right now is the lack of inventory available for sale. Prices are determined by supply and demand. Right now buyer demand is out-pacing seller supply, across many price ranges, driving prices up or at least holding prices firm.

Bottom Line

Traditionally the Spring months have been the most popular dates sellers choose to list their homes in Las Vegas. With additional inventory coming to market soon, meet with The Heuser Team to evaluate your best course of action.