GOLDMAN SACHS: This Is What The Country's Biggest Housing Markets Will Do For The Next 2 Years

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In Goldman Sachs’ “Weekly Kickstart” research report, the bank released its forecast of housing markets through Q1 2014. Goldman forecasted 20 housing markets, listing 13 and the composite average. Overall, Goldman expects the housing market to grow in these cities over that time span, but at just a 1.6 per cent rate.

Housing markets that have been severely hurt, such as Detroit, Miami, and Phoenix, are cities that Goldman expects to grow at a very high rate. 

Atlanta: -6.2%

Percentage from high: -37%

Percentage from low: 1%

Source: Goldman Sachs

New York: -2.9%

Percentage from high: -26%

Percentage from low: 0%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Los Angeles: -2.4%

Percentage from high: -40%

Percentage from low: 3%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Washington DC: -0.2%

Percentage from high: -27%

Percentage from low: 9%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Boston: 0.1%

Percentage from high: -17%

Percentage from low: 1%

Source: Goldman Sachs

San Francisco: 1.4%

Percentage from high: -40%

Percentage from low: 10%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Las Vegas: 1.7%

Percentage from high: -61%

Percentage from low: 2%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Chicago: 2.2%

Percentage from high: -37%

Percentage from low: 1%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Charlotte: 5.0%

Percentage from high: -16%

Percentage from low: 2%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Dallas: 5.1%

Percentage from high: -6%

Percentage from low: 4%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Phoenix: 7.2%

Percentage from high: -51%

Percentage from low: 12%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Miami: 9.6%

Percentage from high: -48%

Percentage from low: 6%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Detroit: 12.4%

Percentage from high: -46%

Percentage from low: 2%

Source: Goldman Sachs

Composite 20: 1.6%

Percentage from high: -33%

Percentage from low: 2%

Source: Goldman Sachs

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