Where can you find the fastest report on housing valuations- for free?
National City has a website packed with the latest report that’s not only fact-filled but readable. ( How much of this info have we had to trudge through in the past because it was written by academics)?
There’s also a comprehensive report which gives a quick-start expert summary housing analysis in the first few paragraphs. You can go ahead and read all 31 pages for more details if you wish.
You get such priceless information as which 157 metro areas had price declines and the 54 areas deemed overvalued for the first quarter of 2007.
I don’t have to say this is gold.
But my favorite section is the map.
It’s divided into the undervalued, fairly valued, moderately overvalued and the overvalued.
You can click over a section and get the median house value.
Within five minutes you have almost nuclear capabilities for understanding the markets.
Which brings me to the point that good solid information doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. Get in there fast, absorb it, and move on with your investing as a smarter, wiser investor.
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