The Condo Market Makes a Comeback

October 20, 2012 Kiplinger  Pat Mertz Esswein

The housing bust was especially cruel to condo owners, who saw the value of their properties plummet 41%, on average, from the market’s peak in 2006—after a spectacular 51% run-up in the three and a half years before the bust. Now, prices are scraping bottom in many cities and have started to rebound in others. Condos are making a comeback

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