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Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors Speaks to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association
Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors, spoke Wednesday to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. In his presentation he said the Charlotte area will continue to have a shortage of homes for sale this year and into the next; a trend that is expected nationwide. There is a 13-year low in housing inventory nationally and a 50-year low for new home inventory.
Charlotte home prices have risen about 10 percent from the bottom. A Wall Street Journal panel predicts a 5 percent home price increase in 2014, Yun said.
Yun predicts that mortgage rates could rise to 5.5 percent by fall of 2014. Cash transactions are one-third of all transactions nationwide.
Yun also predicted four of the next five years to be improving markets.
Overall, his forecast for the Charlotte real estate market is promising.
Charlotte area home foreclosures dipped 1.1 percent in May from a year ago, falling below the national rate, according to CoreLogic. CoreLogic says the foreclosure rate was 2.21 percent among outstanding loans in the Charlotte area, down from 3.31 percent a year earlier. The national foreclosure rate for May was 2.61 percent. CoreLogic’s tracking of Charlotte foreclosure figures show the rate has been on a downward slide for several months. The percentage of Charlotte area mortgage loans 90 days or more delinquent also declined from a year ago. In May, the rate fell to 5.3 percent from 6.8 percent.