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Leaders & Laggards in U.S. Housing

As the U.S. housing market recovery has progressed, home values are responding to local economic conditions rather than broader national ...
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Long-term outlook for U.S. home values dims

The long-term outlook for U.S. home values has diminished to a three-year low, and a clear-cut consensus among the experts ...
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The Housing High (and Comedown?) in Denver

Data from the July edition of the U.S. Housing Confidence Survey of 10,000 households (HCS) and the Zillow Housing Confidence ...
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Households Ditch The Rear View Mirror

Real estate is a notoriously inefficient asset class. One symptom of market inefficiency is price inertia, a hallmark of housing ...
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Lower Expectations Dent Housing Confidence

According to the vast majority of 10,000 heads of household who participated in the latest U.S. Housing Confidence Survey conducted ...
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The Cost of Rent Control is (Still) Too Damn High

Some U.S. cities are evaluating or implementing new rent control regulations to curtail rapidly-rising rising rents and worsening rental affordability. For ...
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Outlook for US Home Prices Dims

The results of the latest Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey are in: the panel’s expectation for U.S. home values fell ...
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Reigning Renters

Experts are split on whether the inventory of renter-occupied homes will continue to increase at a significantly faster pace than ...
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Most Experts Expect Home Value Gains Will Slow

Despite low inventory and persistent price gains in U.S. residential real estate markets, most of the 111 panelists who participated ...
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Great (and Quite Variable) Expectations

"I have been bent and broken, but - I hope - into a better shape." - Charles Dickens, from Great ...
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