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Friday, December 10, 2021   /   by Juan Grimaldo


Move aside, Dallas and Austin, Texas. There's a new cohort of hot housing markets to watch in 2022.

After a 2021 that saw one of the wildest housing markets in memory, 2022 is shaping up to be nearly as competitive, but with perhaps slightly more inventory and slightly higher mortgage rates. The markets that'll see the biggest price gains and number of sales, though, could look a little different, according to an analysis by Realtor.com released today.

While Sun Belt metros like the aforementioned Austin and Dallas, along with Charlotte, North Carolina, and Atlanta, are expected to perform well as housing markets next year, they'll perhaps have a less-frenzied 2022 as the temperature turns up in markets like Salt Lake City and Greenville, South Carolina.

Realtor.com's forecast used housing-market and economic data to estimate 2022 values across the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan statistical areas by population size. The company ranked markets by combined forecasted growth in home prices and sales.

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By Ashley Fahey, Real Estate Editor - The Business Journals.

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