Tag: housing markets

East Coast and Chicago Area Face Biggest Hurdles in Housing-Related Risks Connected to Coronavirus Pandemic Impact

East Coast and Chicago Area Face Biggest Hurdles in Housing-Related Risks Connected to Coronavirus Pandemic Impact

States Running from Connecticut through Florida, plus Illinois, Most Vulnerable in First Quarter of 2021 To Pandemic Impact; New York City, Chicago and Southern Florida Areas Have Biggest Clusters of High-Risk Counties; Western States In Better Position to Withstand Downturn IRVINE, Calif. — Apr. 22, 2021 — ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the... Read More »
Top 10 Northeast U.S. Housing Markets More Vulnerable to the Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Top 10 Northeast U.S. Housing Markets More Vulnerable to the Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic

According to ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released Q4 2020 Special Coronavirus Report spotlighting county-level housing markets around the U.S. that are more or less vulnerable to the impact of the virus pandemic, pockets of the Northeast and other parts of the East Coast remained most at risk in Q4 2020, while the West continued to be less... Read More »
East Coast Housing Market Continues to Dominate Areas Most Vulnerable to Coronavirus Impact

East Coast Housing Market Continues to Dominate Areas Most Vulnerable to Coronavirus Impact

Counties Most At Risk in Fourth Quarter of 2020 Remain Concentrated in States Running from Connecticut through Florida; New York City, Philadelphia and Chicago Areas Have Biggest Clusters of High-Risk Counties; West Region Remains Less Vulnerable IRVINE, Calif. — Jan. 21, 2021 — ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property... Read More »
Top 10 Regional Rankings of U.S. Housing Markets Vulnerable to COVID-19 Impacts

Top 10 Regional Rankings of U.S. Housing Markets Vulnerable to COVID-19 Impacts

ATTOM Data Solutions recently released a special report spotlighting the U.S. housing markets more or less vulnerable to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. The analysis found that the Northeast has the largest concentration of the most at-risk counties, with clusters in New Jersey and Florida, while the West and Midwest have the smallest.... Read More »