Economy Why the housing market in Zoom towns is taking a nosedive 3 months ago Ankor News Connect with us Why the housing market in Zoom towns is taking a nosedive News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion After two years of bidding wars, above-asking and no contingency offers, many of the Zoom towns are now seeing a massive slowdown The percentage of active listings in Boise with price drops went up from 14% in February to 68% in July he percentage of active listings with price drops went up from 14% in February to 68% in July When Miriam Stocking listed her house for sale in March in the Boise-area, she was not inundated with multiple offers. Instead, she received one offer above the $725,000 asking price but the buyers soon backed out saying they’d decided they wanted an open-floor plan instead. By June, she’d closed on a deal that was $25,000 below asking. Continue Reading Previous California law would require companies to reveal pay by race, genderNext France travel tops pre-COVID levels despite record drought, wildfires More Stories Economy Why It’s Happening and Who’s Hurt the Most 3 hours ago Ankor News Economy Tips for Christmas shopping this holiday season amid high inflation 9 hours ago Ankor News Economy Pedro Castillo voted out; Peru president tried to dissolve Congress 15 hours ago Ankor News Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.