Eric Fox

Eric Fox

Eric Fox is VP of Statistical and Economic Modeling at Veros Real Estate Solutions. Fox received his M.S. in Statistics and B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from Purdue University, and has 30 years of industrial experience in statistical and econometric modeling, probabilistic life methodology development, statistical training, probabilistic design software development, and probabilistic financial/competitive analysis.

ARTICLES

  • Here are the 10 MSAs with the lowest appreciation

    VeroFORECAST predicts 7 out of 10 markets will see property values decline
    [Expert commentary] The latest VeroFORECAST report shows that 351 Metropolitan Statistical Areas will experience property appreciation in the next year. But, of the bottom 10 MSAs, seven will see values decline between -0.2% and -2.2% in 2019. The two most troubled markets? Farmington, New Mexico, and Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, New Jersey.
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  • This real estate market will see almost 12% in appreciation

    This Washington state MSA is projected to lead in appreciation
    According to the latest VeroFORECAST, this MSA is projected to see 11.7% appreciation for single-family residences and 11% appreciation for condos and townhomes and its market remains one of the strongest markets in the country, with its extremely low 1.4-month supply of homes struggling to fill the demands of its growing population.
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  • How real estate may fare in Fargo, North Dakota

    Property values are projected to appreciate at just over 3% through next May
    Fargo's notoriety, at least as a pop culture reference, has been on the rise since the release of a Coen brothers' comedy in 1996 and recent success of the television series it inspired. But when it comes to property values in the Fargo, ND-Moorhead, MN, MSA, the projected rise will be modest at best, according to VeroFORECAST projections. Read an exclusive analysis from Veros' Eric Fox to learn more.
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  • Restarting motor city

    After bankruptcy and bailout, fortunes in Detroit-Warren-Livonia, Michigan MSA are turning over again
    Five years ago, Detroit, the principal city in the Detroit-Warren-Livonia, Michigan Metropolitan Statistical Area, was declaring bankruptcy with debt estimates as high as $20 billion. This summer, those troubles seem comfortably in the rearview, according to the latest VeroFORECAST, which shows that real estate values in the nation's 14th most populous MSA are predicted to increase at an average of 6.8% over the next 12 months.
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  • 2-city housing boom hits Nevada

    Reno, Carson City jump in Veros index
    Reno will appreciate at a rate of 9.5% over the next year. The neighboring Carson City MSA is also projected to see property values appreciate at 9.5%. Neither was in the Top Ten for home price appreciation last quarter. So what happened?
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  • This southern MSA's property values keep rising

    Which city has seen an uptick in appreciation?
    This southern city is predicted to see a 7.6% rate of real estate appreciation over the next year and is ranked 39th out of 354 MSAs analyzed in Veros' latest VeroFORECAST. Where is it? Read more to find out.
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