This week Matthew Gardner, Windermere’s Chief Economist, looks at high frequency data sets, data that is issued more frequently than the typical monthly or quarterly reports we’re used to reading. Using data from real estate, hospitality and travel sources Matthew provides interesting information on how close our economic growth is to getting back to normal.
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condominium speciaist • economy • housing market • real estate • Windermere Real Estate • June 23, 2020
How Close Are We to Getting Back to Normal?
by Robin Myers
buying a home Rent vs. Buy – What Best Fits Your Current Lifestyle? Copy There are definite advantages to owning a home, as a vehicle for building wealth and the security of owning a safe place to call home. Matthew Gardner, Windermere Real Estate’s Chief Economist, speaks to the advantages of owning a home in this short video. While most of us can agree with all the points in […]
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