New York, NY (PRWEB) November 02, 2013
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Amid growing concern that the housing market will never truly recover after its collapse, USA United Cash Loans is pointing to various parts of the country that are experiencing a return to housing market prosperity, even in the wake of natural disasters and other catastrophes.
After Hurricane Sandy, the New York real estate market was in rapid decline, and understandably so. It had seen some modest gains in the time preceding the massive storm, but the magnitude of the storm made certain home values plunge yet again, but only those directly impacted by the storm.
In fact, the storm may have actually helped increase the value of the properties that were able to withstand the storm and the flooding that accompanied it. “One of the things that we are learning from the New York real estate market is that it does not matter much what has happened environmentally, the value still lies in the market itself,” said a representative with USA United Cash Loans. “The hurricane may have delayed its recovery, but it won’t stop the market from returning to prominence.”
The fact that New York is doing well again after the devastating storm bodes well for areas of Texas that are dealing with massive flooding similar to what New York experienced according to USA United Cash Loans. There was concern that there would be a significant long-term impact on the real estate values. While there will be a dip in housing prices initially, it is not believed that the value will be reduced over long periods of time.
“There are certain things homebuyers should be looking at when they evaluate the value of a home, and recent natural disasters should not play a major role. These events are outliers, and an uncommon occurrence should not deter you from buying a home,” said the representative. “There are a lot of valuable properties out there that potential homebuyers are shying away from that are likely to regain their original value and then some. Smart investors will take advantage.”