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How Our Real Estate Market Compares with Other Micromarkets



If you've been thinking about moving to Covington, then you may be curious how it stacks up compared against other micromarkets across the United States. Moving is a big decision, and before you decide on Covington, you may want to explore some of the hottest micromarkets currently in the US. Here is a little bit of information about some of those markets, to help you see how we compare against them.

Powderhorn Park, Minnesota

Located about 3 miles south of downtown Minneapolis, this neighborhood is one of the fastest growing in Minnesota. Comprised of mostly single family homes, brick apartment buildings and duplexes, this area of Minnesota is perfect for small families. There are local parks, community centers, and a lake for ice skating in the Winter. The area is also very diverse, making it ideal for families of any nationality. For more information about this nice area south of Minneapolis, you can visit this link.

Hampden, Maryland

On the Northern side of Baltimore you'll find Hampden – a triangular shaped neighborhood that has been around for over two hundred years. Originally erected to house the workers at the new flour and cotton mills around the Jones Falls Stream Valley, this neighborhood now boasts a lively culture and a diverse group of people. Over the past two decades or so, Hampden has seen a  bit of a revival – with more shops opening up, and more people moving into the area. As such, there is more demand for houses, and more local improvements are being made all the time.

Mount Pleasant, Washington DC

Not far from Hampden is Mount Pleasant, another hot real estate market on the East Coast. This area is home to some great schools systems, plenty of shops, outdoor parks, is close to the National Zoo, and the Heritage Trail runs right through it. All of this combines to make a great location for families – especially those with younger kids. Another nice bonus is that the townhouses here are typically a little larger than those in the rest of the city, giving you and your family a bit more room.

Woodinville, Washington

If you want a neighborhood with a lot of great outdoor qualities, but don't want to be too far from a major city, consider Woodinville. This neighborhood, which is part of the Seattle metropolitan area, has parks located along the Sammamish River, along with some beautiful wineries, and heavily wooded residential areas. Public transit makes it easy to get into the main part of Seattle, but there's plenty to do inside Woodinville itself, including it's annual Summer concert series. If you're interested in learning more about this area, be sure to contact a Woodinville Real Estate agent.

Hyde Park, Texas

Located in the heart of Austin, Hyde Park has been popular for a while, but has grown even more so over the past few years, thanks to developments in the surrounding area. Considered to be Austin's first suburb, this area is home to some historic districts, along with homes dating back over a hundred years. Austin is considered to be one of the best cities to live in the country, so if you want to be in the middle of it all, consider Hyde Park.

Covington, Georgia

And finally, we have our home area, Covington. After hearing about all the great things the above markets have to offer, you may be wondering “Why Covington?” Well, the answer is that we have all the same great features as those areas mentioned above. We're close to a major city (only a short drive to Atlanta), have some national historic districts just like Mount Pleasant and Hyde Park, offer great outdoor attractions that are perfect for families, and have plenty of nice residential areas for families of all sizes. To learn more about what Covington has to offer, you should check out our newcomer's guide, which provides all the essential information for those people who have recently moved in.

Choose The Micromarket That Is Right For You

There are tons of micromarkets all over the United States, and each one of them has their own benefits and drawbacks. There is no best district, only the district that is best for you. The above list is just a small sample of the hottest markets in the US right now, and is a good place to start your search. Hopefully by thoroughly researching each area, and exploring some new ones, you'll be able to find a new place to live that is just right for you.

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