Zillow has released its hottest housing markets for 2022 and I'm noticing a weird trend ๐Ÿค”
ยท Jan 5, 2022 ยท NottheBee.com

Alright, everyone!

The busiest housing markets according to Zillow have been announced for 2022. Where do you think the top cities are? Maybe one of America's most bustling and historic cities, like New York or San Fran or Chicago or Boston?

After all, those cities have had decades of near-total progressive leadership to make themselves much more attractive than those backwards cities run by conservative yokels!

Let's check in:

Hmm... there seems to be a lot of red states in the South on this list, even if many of the housing markets are run by blue leaders surrounded by a red sea. That can't be right. Who would want to move to states run by Christofascist hillbillies?

And Florida? Don't they know that's where [whispers] DeathSantis lives???

Let's check in with Zillow:

  • The Sun Belt dominates Zillow's list of hottest housing markets for the second year in a row. Tampa, Jacksonville, Raleigh, San Antonio and Charlotte are expected to lead the U.S.
  • Last year's hottest market, Austin, fell to No. 10 this year.
  • New York, Milwaukee, San Francisco and Chicago are expected to be the coolest housing markets in 2022, but sellers will have the upper hand even in cooler markets.

That's strange. New York is a great place to live... if you're vaccinated.

And San Fran is a place filled with interesting people!

Then there's Milwaukee, and everyone knows Wisconsin hasn't been the scene of any uncontrolled riots or any other crimes recently.

And Chicago? What a family town!

Huh. Maybe there is a reason for this trend.

Maybe people like life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Weird.

Jacksonville, Raleigh, San Antonio and Charlotte fill out the list of the top five hottest markets for 2022, each buoyed by a combination of strong forecasted home value growth, strong economic fundamentals including high job growth, fast-moving inventory and plentiful likely buyers. Additionally, these markets have historically not been particularly sensitive to rising mortgage interest rates or a slowing stock market โ€“ two risk factors for housing and the economy overall as the calendar turns.

It's almost like these places are general free, safe, ordered, and pleasant to live. At least until all the people fleeing there decide to vote blue!

Oh well, I'm sure another 50 years of leftist rule in San Fran, New York, and other cities will attract people back to their strongholds!

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