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  • Is the U.S. in a housing bubble? Jan. 28th 2020
    "Unlike the bubble years, purchase application data, existing home sales, new home sales, housing starts and the lack of cash-out refinancing all point to slow and steady growth." The post Is the U.S. in a housing bubble? appeared first on HousingWire.

  • PulteGroup exploring off-site construction methods to address labor shortages Jan. 28th 2020
    With a lack of construction workers dragging down the homebuilding industry, one of the biggest homebuilders in the U.S. is investigating off-site construction as an alternative to fully building homes on site. The post PulteGroup exploring off-site construction methods to address labor shortages appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Historically low inventory continues driving home prices higher Jan. 28th 2020
    The dramatically limited supply of houses for sale is continuing to drive an increase in home prices as buyers are often left fighting over the few houses that are on the market. The post Historically low inventory continues driving home prices higher appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Millennials are looking forward to buying a home, but feel overwhelmed by the process Jan. 27th 2020
    Millennials are buying homes. This much is known. But, despite the much-discussed generation making their entrance into the housing market, many still are still very uneasy about the process. The post Millennials are looking forward to buying a home, but feel overwhelmed by the process appeared first on HousingWire.

  • U.S. new home sales fell 0.4% in December Jan. 27th 2020
    Sales of new homes fell in December to an annualized rate of 694,000, according to the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The post U.S. new home sales fell 0.4% in December appeared first on HousingWire.

  • A solution to the inventory problem? Housing starts are expected to rise this year Jan. 23rd 2020
    Capital Economics is showing some optimism for single-family housing starts in 2020, predicting that single-family housing starts to average around 1 million this year. The post A solution to the inventory problem? Housing starts are expected to rise this year appeared first on HousingWire.

  • How much housing does Gen Z already own? Jan. 23rd 2020
    Gen Z now holds a 2% share of the housing market, according to realtor.com’s Generational Report, and has already caught up to the Silent Generation. The post How much housing does Gen Z already own? appeared first on HousingWire.

  • The cost of renting is still growing, just a little slower Jan. 23rd 2020
    The cost of renting is still getting more expensive but the rate at which rent is increasing is slowing down, at least. According to a report from Yardi Matrix, the rental market is seeing a rare slowdown as national average rent had the slowest year-over year-growth in 17 months during the month of December. The post The cost of renting is still growing, just a little slower appeared first on HousingWire.

  • Is the American Dream of homeownership best left to landlords? Jan. 23rd 2020
    Does homeownership undermine growth, fairness and public faith in capitalism? Or is it still the stuff of stable American dreams? HousingWire Columnist Julian Hebron debates a few points. The post Is the American Dream of homeownership best left to landlords? appeared first on HousingWire.

  • New York state's median home price jumps 7.4% Jan. 23rd 2020
    The median price for a home in New York state jumped 7.4% and sales dropped 1.1% last year as an inventory shortage held back the market. The post New York state's median home price jumps 7.4% appeared first on HousingWire.