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Housing Outlook for High Desert Best in a Decade

According to the Victorville Daily Press, April 15, 2018, the president of a prominent High Desert brokerage says, “the outlook for housing sales in the High Desert is brighter today than it has been in over a decade. The recent tax reductions that were passed by Congress and signed by the President are undoubtedly having a positive impact on how home buyers perceive values, etc. We have begun to see more initial interest by land developers looking for land and even some production home builders looking to re-enter the market, and we expect in 2018 that the High Desert region could produce up to 850 homes.” Building permit numbers accumulated through the five incorporated High Desert cities, the Construction Industry Board, and economist Dr. John Husing, validate the belief that the High Desert economy and the housing market are continuing to grow. In 2017, for example, 659 new homes were completed in the High Desert’s five incorporated cities.

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