Category Archives: Housing Recovery

Another month, another jump in prices

From MarketWatch: Home prices are still on a tear, Case-Shiller says The numbers: The S&P/Case-Shiller national index rose a seasonally adjusted 0.4% and was up 6.5% compared to a year ago in March. The 20-city index rose a seasonally adjusted … Continue reading

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Hot or Not

From the Star Ledger: These 15 N.J. real estate markets are sizzling hot right now, spring edition 15. Hoboken Current home value: $788,190 Yearly growth: 8.16 Hoboken is a strong city for working millennials. It’s is a little younger than … Continue reading

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“This time it’s different”

Podcast from NPR: Rising Home Prices Lead To Worries Of Another Housing Market Bubble GOLDING: Is the area affordable? The bubbles are when you’re getting away from the fundamentals – when the demand is sort of outstripping the supply, but … Continue reading

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How high can it go?

From CNBC: March home prices make their biggest jump in 4 years—and half of the biggest housing markets are now overvalued Home prices have been rising steadily since the recession, but the gains are suddenly accelerating as spring demand heats … Continue reading

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Good times on Long Island

From CBS NY: Long Island Housing Market Making A Serious Comeback Bidding wars, competition among buyers and low inventory are driving up demand for homes. And right now in our region the biggest rush for houses is on Long Island. … Continue reading

Posted in Housing Recovery, National Real Estate, NYC | 80 Comments

…and still little new housing

From CNBC: Home prices just took the biggest jump in four years Homebuyers, hold onto your wallets. The gains in home prices are getting bigger as the supply of homes for sale gets leaner. The median price of a home … Continue reading

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Come to the dark side

From CNBC: Jersey City becomes alternative to New York, but without the ‘sticker shock’ in prices Real estate prices in New York City have cooled but remain astronomically high, so Jennifer Tobias, a senior designer at the Studio Sofield design … Continue reading

Posted in Gold Coast, Housing Recovery, NYC | 11 Comments

Uh Oh

From Bloomberg: Manhattan Home Sales Tumble Most Since 2009 as Buyers Push Back Home sales in Manhattan plunged by the most since the recession as buyers at all price levels drove hard bargains and were in no rush to close … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Housing Recovery, New Development, NYC | 134 Comments

Otteau March MarketNEWS

From the Otteau Group: March MarketNEWS The number of home sales in New Jersey over the first 2 months of 2018 totaled more than 16,000, setting an all-time record. Still, the 2% year-to-date increase over the same period last year … Continue reading

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Onslaught

From HousingWire: Experts: Homebuyers should prepare for onslaught of competition this spring season The latest Case-Shiller report showed home prices are continuing to rise, but now experts say not only are those high prices here to stay, but homebuyers could … Continue reading

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Jersey’s pockets a little deeper

From Corelogic: CoreLogic Reports Homeowner Equity Increased by $908 Billion in 2017 CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today released the Home Equity Report for the fourth quarter of 2017, which shows that … Continue reading

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Recovered or back to a bubble?

From HousingWire: CoreLogic: Housing market nearly recovered from recession CoreLogic, a global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, released a report outlining the real estate economy from 2006 to 2017, showing that the housing market has nearly completely recovered … Continue reading

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Top? Anywhere? Anyone see a top?

From CNBC: Home prices surge 6.3% in December amid critical housing shortage Sky-high demand and record-low supply continued to push home prices higher in December, far faster than income growth. U.S. home prices increased 6.3 percent compared with December 2016, … Continue reading

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Net net … nothing?

From the Washington Post: Predictions of a crash in housing prices have not come true Were fears overblown that changes to the federal tax law would trigger plunging home values? You might recall the scary predictions that began coming last … Continue reading

Posted in Demographics, Economics, Employment, Housing Recovery, Politics | 211 Comments

Case Shiller up 6.4% yoy

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