Election season is always wild in swing states, but so are home prices

  • A Trulia survey shows 39 percent of Americans think home prices will go up if Donald Trump wins the presidential election, while 29 percent of Americans think home prices will do the same thing if Hillary Clinton wins.
  • There are eight swing states – Nevada, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania – where home prices have steadily risen since the last election.
  • Median home price in Florida increased from $65,000 to $191,300 since 2012.

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will go/went head-to-head for the first time at Hofstra University’s Hempstead campus in New York in the first of three presidential debates. According to a Trulia survey, if Republican presidential nominee Trump wins the election, home prices will go up. More people think prices will go up with Trump than if Democratic nominee Clinton wins.