This infographic from TitleMax.com examines the real estate market in each major region of the United States to find out which are increasing faster than others. It’s no surprise that Beverly Hills, CA comes in first with the cost per square foot increasing by $764 over the past 5 years up to a whopping $1,623. This is a common trend along the west coast, while east coast markets have some of the fastest-declining real estate prices. Homes in Sunset, SC have seen the price per square foot drop $64; while homes in Tamaqua, PA have the lowest price per square foot at $22. How are real estate prices fairing in your region of the country?
Infographic by: www.titlemax.com