From RealTrends.com: JPMorgan Chase expects home prices to rise 7% in 2013 as investors continue to take interest in nonperforming loans and distressed properties. The forecast for 2013 is more optimistic than initially expected.Although most investors still believe home prices will increase by less than 5%, some investors expect home price growth to increase as much as 15%, according to JPMorgan’s February investor survey.
“As we pointed out in our 2013 outlook, the distressed sale discount should continue to decline. Indeed, the quantitative easing program has not done much for mortgage rates, but the resulting reach for yield is now firmly grounded in the housing market,” the company said.
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