Effects of the Economic Downturn on the Housing Market: Comparing Kenosha County to the United States
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This research is a study of the housing market of Kenosha County over the years of 2006 to 2009. The focus will be to compare trends in middle income home prices over these years in comparison with the rest of the United States. The intent of this research is to prove that Kenosha County housing prices were less affected by the economic downturn that started in 2006. Various statistical and GIS analyses were conducted on census and MLS data sets to make a conclusion.
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