The top deals in 2022 from the most famous East Straight housing markets

Land in the East Straight was a story of two business sectors in 2022. The year began as a continuation of 2021's patterns: merchants with all the power,

"The demand for housing continues to outpace supply," NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said in a news release. "The economic conditions in place in the top 10 U.S. markets, all of which are located in the South, provide the support for home prices to climb by at least 5% in 2023."

 purchasers in franticness, wild over-asking costs and numerous offers. In any case, everything started to change midyear, and presently, in many regards, the power has moved to purchasers.

2021 was a record-breaking year for East Inlet land. Berkeley and Oakland both hit all-time high middle deals costs of $1.6 million and $1.1 million, individually, bouncing over 13% from 2020.

 In the principal half of 2022, things looked comparably blushing for East Cove dealers. Toward the finish of April, "Red Oak properties got a normal of six offers each, the most noteworthy we've seen in more than a year,"

 said realtor Simone Koga. "Offers came in at a normal of 27% over list value, the most elevated we've at any point recorded. Also, 21% of homes got offers of something like $500,000 over asking, 15 rate focuses higher than a similar time a year ago."