Thursday, October 11, 2007

Columbus Ranked Third out of the 10 Most Stable Markets

Forbes Magazine teamed up with Moody’s to rank the country’s 10 most stable markets – and Columbus is No. 3!

Pittsburgh, Columbus and Dallas follow Seattle in the rankings. Predictions are based on the state of the local economies, new construction contracts, foreclosure rates, local credit markets, sales rates, affordability and inventory.

There is even more good news in the article. Based on Moody’s calculations, next year Columbus should boast the eight-fastest rate of the 40 markets examined!
Click here to read the article.

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