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U.S. Housing Market Should Continue Strong Until 2020, Then Subside Through 2025 – Here’s Why

Demographics have been a tailwind for the housing market increasing the pool of potential first buyers on the order of roughly 250,000 households per year since 2010. An analysis of the situation below shows that the strong demographic tailwind in the housing market should continue through 2020, and thereafter, while not turning into a headwind, gradually subside through roughly 2025.

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Many Not So Sure That Our Housing Problems Are Behind Us – Here's Why

With recent numbers positive for housing realtors, politicians, and others with vested interests, are quick to claim we are on our way back - but are such numbers really meaningful and sustainable? Many more objective analysts, however, are less sure or disagree with this conclusion that the bottom has been reached yet. Here's what some of them have to say. Words: 1377

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We Can Now Rule Out Another Housing Collapse, Can't We?

According to both the Case Shiller and RadarLogic indices housing prices have been essentially flat for the past 2 years after having fallen by a third from their 2006/7 highs. [That being said, surely we can now rule out another collapse, can't we? Words: 764

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