We’re most definitely seeing what we can easily call the real estate “Goldilocks Effect” — a state of being in the real estate market that is neither too hot or cold, nor too big or small, and definitely not too hard or soft. It’s a real estate market that’s just right. Perfecto. The stars become aligned much like how NASA had discovered that second planet Earth some million light years away. It’s almost like a scientific breakthrough, something the real estate industry rarely sees, but in the case of this year, for the United States, it just so happens….
We Now Have a List of 20 Hot Real Estate Markets in the U.S.
And when you think about it, this is rare. Count how many towns and cities actually exist in the United States. So it’s safe to say that just 20 of those real estate markets stand as a cut above the rest for home selling and home buying with zero down. And here’s a quick teaser before we get into it — waaaaaay more than half of the states are not on this list! It’s true.
So if you’re game for trying to find the best possible regions, cities, towns and communities where the homes sell like hotcakes and buyers flock like seagulls, you might want to visit these particular states right here:
- Try Indiana, Ohio and Colorado, for Starters — We have to start with this, because it just so happens that each of these states has the pride and joy of having just one city hold a spot in the top 20 list. Check it out right here.
- Don’t Forget About the Michigan Comeback Kids — And, yes, Michigan’s put their hat into this list with two cities. Find out which cities have been climbing the ranks to make it into the Goldilocks Effect of real estate.
- Texas Is a Major Player, Too — When it comes to a real estate market, nobody knows toughness like Texas, and it shows right here with a good look at these four towns.
- But California Wins the Game Big Time — Staggeringly, the state over there in the West Coast amasses just over 50% of the entire list. 11 cities to be exact. So it’s a fair shake you’ll have some luck selling a home (or buying one) in that state. Which cities? You’ll have to click here to find out.
Just Watch Out for the Three Bears
Eat your porridge, sit in a chair, and take a nap, of course. But once you find that home in the Midwest, Texas, or California, you better get out of there before the bears find you. Thankfully, we made it pretty easy for you to find the best properties in the real estate market before that ever happens. So happy hunting!