A housing market cool is being predicted for 2020 and Dallas-Fort Worth could see a dip in home prices as the new year rolls around.
"In the DFW area, the researchers are forecasting a slight 0.5% retreat in home cost," according to National Mortgage News.
"While just a tiny decrease, it's the first such drop since the North Texas home market recovered from the Great Recession of a year ago. Local home prices have soared by almost 70% since the economic downturn."
The report revealed that Dallas-Forth Worth is one of 12 U.S. markets that could see a potential decline in home prices, however, overall buyer demand will remain steady.
"Sales of existing homes are expected to decline 1.8% in 2020, as the continuing supply shortage and moderating price growth will hamper buyers and tamp down sellers' expectations," said George Ratiu, senior economist at Realtor.com.
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