Housing’s Second Leg Down

The Second Leg Down in Housing | Alliance Group – In his analysis, price stands out as being the prime mover of the next leg down. Home prices are still unwinding from artificially high levels, and remain over-priced. By using traditional metrics, such looking at US housing stock as a percentage of GDP or median income vs home prices or even ownership vs renting costs, Barry believes prices remain elevated.

The broader Composite 20 City index (which includes the cities in the C-10) fell by 0.23% on the month and is down 3.53% from a year ago. The second down leg of housing prices continues.

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Or was the bursting of stock-market, housing and credit bubbles inevitable, sooner or later? The answers. The second part of the article looks forward. While it's.

A Closer Look at the Second Leg Down in Housing. Our story so far: Following the 2000-03 DotCom crash, then Fed Chair Alan Greenspan brought Fed Funds rates down to ultra-low levels. Under 2% for 3 years, and at 1% for more than a year. Rates this low – and for that long – were simply unprecedented.

One is the symmetry of the two stages of the initial housing bubble: the first leg rose 80% from 1997 to 2001, and the second leg also rose about 80%. complete strangers. So I sat down and wrote.

The median price of a house in August was $610,000, about $5,000 less than in July. For attached homes like condominiums or townhouses, the median sales price in August was $400,000, down $5,000 for the month and but up $25,000 since August of last year. The SDAR said 1,095 condos sold last month, down 3 percent from the month before and 11 percent below the same month in 2016.

AstroNivo - Wobbly Legs Second Leg of the Housing Decline Set To Begin | Peak Prosperity – A new Martenson Report is ready for enrolled members.Link – Second Leg of the Housing Decline Set To BeginExecutive Summary Housing data is weak and just took a turn for the worse Stimulus efforts were essential to keep housing propped up The stimulus has ended QE and stock market prices are correlated What’s coming next What y

SEC filings reveal BlackRock’s substantial interest in housing There is a very big group in the middle that we assume believe stewardship helps ensure that companies are focused on the shareholders’ interest, but who don’t necessarily have views on some.

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