Traverse City News and Events

Is The Boom Over?

April 2, 2020

$1,026,722,416 was the 2019 dollar volume of homes sold in the five-county area, up from $392 million in 2011. That staggering sales figure now serves as a sort of “period” at the end of a decade-long real estate boom throughout northern Michigan, when listings, sales, and sale prices all rose sharply.

A look back at the record numbers and what might come next is just one feature in the April Traverse City Business News, out now. The issue also explores what jobs remain hot, even amidst the current crisis; showcases some of the region's leading women of investing, and much more. 

Given the closures, select TCBN stories are available online; the paper copy is still available at area grocery stores and gas stations. Get your own subscription here

 

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