How will the 2016 Election Impact the Housing Market?

"Absolutely will!" " Depending upon who occupies the Whitel house in 2017. Historically speaking home prices continue to go up through an election year and indeed the year thereafter. However the rate of growth certainly slows. We can see a very robust price growth in 2016, however 2017 will be another matter entirely." 

"Wall Street is very powerful, but they don't like uncertainty"

                                                             -from Matthew Gardner, Windermere RE Chief Economist

Here Are All The Dates You Need To Know For Election 2016

July 18-21 — Republican National Convention in Cleveland

July 25-28 — Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia

Sept. 26 — Presidential debate at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio

Oct. 4 — Vice presidential debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia

Oct. 9 — Presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis

Oct. 19 — Presidential debate at University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Nov. 8 — Election Day

Posted on July 10, 2016 at 7:36 am
Lisa Dong | Category: Election, Housing Market, Real Estate Trend, 西雅图房地产市场准确报告 | Tagged , ,