NAR has analyzed current population trends, housing affordability and local economic conditions in metropolitan statistical areas across the U.S. to determine housing markets most likely to see a boost in sales from leading-edge baby boomers.
Metro areas with a lower cost of living and sunnier weather are poised to see an increased number of baby boomers moving in and buying a home as some delay retirement and remain participants in the labor market.
This infographic shows October 2014 foot traffic index data along with trends and changes.
This infographic contains statistics about age and income, the home search process, characteristics of homes purchased, and how buyers financed their purchase.
The information in this infographic is from October 2014 Existing-Home Sales data.
This interactive infographic shows qualifying income for metropolitan areas.