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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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The Millennial Mindset re: Housing – An Update

The U.S. millennial generation–the group of people 18 to 34 years of age–is projected by The Census Bureau to exceed ...
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Renter Aspirations Bottoming in Boston, Booming in L.A.

The level of housing confidence today can influence economic consumption, and supply & demand for residential real estate tomorrow. This ...
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Consumer Confidence in Housing is Building

As reported last week, The Zillow® U.S. Composite Housing Confidence Index™ (ZHCI) rose to 67.4 in January, an increase of ...
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Open House Mayhem: Will it Last?

Perhaps there are glimmers of hope for anxious would-be home buyers frustrated by the dearth of existing inventory in many ...
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Housing Hurdles

Pulsenomics asked members of its expert real estate panel to indicate and rank factors that they consider to be significant ...
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