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25 Cities Still Hit Hard, Which Could Mean Great Opportunity PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dante Mazyck   
Saturday, 08 December 2012 01:01

United States

Anybody that has been keeping up with the news have noticed the talk from Forbes about the 25 cities that are still declining in a market where home values are 47% back to where they were before the recession.  In my opinion these cities that are declining in home values to most would be the lost or forgotten but to me there is a huge opportunity in each city.  So all bird dogs in those cities should get their leads in because there are cash buyers that are looking for good deals.

 

 

So the cities that most feel like the sky is falling are as follow:

 

  1. Gainesville, Florida
  2. Valdosta, Georgia
  3. Tallahassee, Florida
  4. Poughkeepsie, New York
  5. Salisbury, Maryland
  6. Panama City, Florida
  7. Gainesville, Georgia
  8. Olympia, Washington
  9. Wilmington, North Carolina
  10. Las Cruces, New Mexico
  11. Bremerton, Washington
  12. Atlanta, Georgia
  13. Norwich, Connecticut
  14. York, Pennsylvania
  15. Santa Fe, New Mexico
  16. Camden, New Jersey
  17. Gulfport, Mississippi
  18. Rockford, Illinois
  19. Atlantic City, New Jersey
  20. Tacoma, Washington
  21. Columbus, Georgia
  22. Mobile, Alabama
  23. Kingston, New York
  24. Jacksonville, Florida
  25. Greenville, North Carolina
Now there you have it.  Florida is the state that is being hit the hardest so that is one state that should be looked at because some cities in there are booming.  All bird dogs there should be looking for deals for our cash buyer network since they have not given up.

Last Updated on Saturday, 08 December 2012 03:56