Gauging the Real Estate Market using GDP as an Indicator

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New York City real estate blog, Curbed posted a great article explaining how GDP (Gross Domestic Product) can be used to predict the direction of the real estate market. For those of you interested in using economic indicators to do predictions of real estate up and downturns, this is an interesting piece.

Read it here.

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