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S&P: “Average Home Prices Are Back to Spring 2004 Levels”

According to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, released yesterday and based on 10- and 20-city composites, home prices across the country went up between April and […]


Morning Headlines: There Isn’t Actually a Housing Bubble Yet

Though it seems as though we’re back in a bubble–or at least moving in a spherical direction–there are plenty of factors that suggest otherwise, according […]


Philly-Area Millennials: The Housing Recovery Is Not for You

According to data analyzed and published by USA Today, the home ownership rate for people aged 25 to 34 in the Philadelphia metro area dropped […]


Least Surprising Data Dump of the Day: Student Loan Debt Driving First-Time Homebuyers Away

First-time home buying is down by about 12 percent these days, and new research shows the reason could be that the typical first-timers are too […]

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Housing Recovery May Tank Now That Fed Can No Longer Act Like a Drunken Sailor

Here’s a compelling headline: “Housing Recovery to End Soon.” Here’s another: “New Home Sales Rose 2.1% in May.” It might seem like conflicting information, but […]