November 25, 2014 by Gina Thelemann in Articles
In just seven years, we've seen a surging buyer's market with foreclosures and short sales comprising a majority of sales, to a clear seller's market where rising prices and low inventory led to the return of multiple offers.
Now, as we enter a balanced market, we had to wonder:
Over the last seven years, in which markets were people the least likely to move?
Methodology: We started with markets (CBSAs) with more than 100,000 properties. From there, we analyzed:
Together, we weighted these two scores to determine which markets have had the best retention during the market correction.
Here are the top 10 stickiest markets in America:
Here are the least sticky markets in America:
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