Monthly Archives: October 2016

Value Add: How the Gap Between the Botto

Value Add: How the Gap Between the Bottom and Top of the Housing Market is Widening http://ow.ly/t4kM5060Vnj

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Q3 2016 Homeownership Rate: Signs of a T

Q3 2016 Homeownership Rate: Signs of a Turning Tide? – The Q3 2016 homeownership rate rose 0.6 percentage points to 63.5 percent (non-seasonally adjusted), according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Housing Vacancy Survey, negating the 0.6 percentage-point drop … Continue reading

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Rapid Reaction: Q3 2016 Homeownership Ra

Rapid Reaction: Q3 2016 Homeownership Rate – The Q3 2016 homeownership rate ticked up to 63.5 percent from 62.9 percent in Q2 on the back of strong owner household formation, but remains down slightly from Q3 2015, according to the U.S. … Continue reading

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Key Takeaways from the September New Hom

Key Takeaways from the September New Home Sales Report – September new home sales rose 3.1 percent from August, to 593,000 units (SAAR), according to the Census Bureau. August, July, and June home sales were all revised downward by a … Continue reading

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September Case-Shiller Forecast: Modest

September Case-Shiller Forecast: Modest Acceleration in Home Price Growth Will Continue http://ow.ly/KWDq505OgaP

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Key Takeaways from the September Existin

Key Takeaways from the September Existing Home Sales Report – September existing home sales beat expectations, rising 3.2 percent to 5.47 million units at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate (SAAR). There were sharp divergences between the market for single-family homes which … Continue reading

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Is Your City Building Enough Housing? We

Is Your City Building Enough Housing? Weighing Today’s Housing Promises Versus Past Housing Delivery http://ow.ly/1SXW505ChVQ

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It’s Time to Move Forward with ST3: Vot

It’s Time to Move Forward with ST3: Vote Yes on Sound Transit Proposition 1 http://ow.ly/TxOA505zUek

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Rapid Reaction: September Jobs Report –

Rapid Reaction: September Jobs Report – The U.S. economy added 156,000 non-farm payroll jobs in September, slightly lower than consensus expectations for a gain of 175,000 non-farm jobs. Construction employment rose by 23,000. Despite the gains, the unemployment rate ticked … Continue reading

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