U.S. Housing Market

The U.S. housing market is comprised of buyers and sellers of homes in the U.S. This information encompasses the supply and demand for homes as well as the inventory level of unsold homes. In different markets around the country, you will have a natural progression of demand and supply. In some markets, there are new citizens moving to the city creating demand and, unless there is enough supply to match this demand, prices will rise. Varying degrees of income levels and job growth play a role in determining how many transactions occur in any given housing market.


U.S. Existing Home Sales Highest Since 2007

By Friday, August 21, 2015
U.S. Existing Home SalesThe U.S. existing home sales surged to an eight-year high. On Thursday August 20th, the National Association of Realtors published its report on exiting home sales for the month of July. (Source: The National Association of Realtors, August 20, 2015.) In July, total existing home sales increased two percent to a seasonally-adjusted.

U.S. Housing Market: 7.44 Million Reasons to Be Skeptical

By Monday, August 10, 2015
U.S. Housing MarketWe are seeing momentum in the real estate market dissipate—this is something readers of Profit Confidential shouldn’t be surprised about, as I have been predicting problems ahead for the housing market. In fact, I won’t be surprised if 2015 is the first year home prices decline since our last drop in housing prices in 2011. Please.

U.S. Housing Drops 11.1% in May to 1.04 Million Annual Rate

By Wednesday, June 17, 2015
U.S. Housing DropsThe U.S. home-building industry has taken off this year to its best two months in more than seven years as it heads into summer. However, it began work on fewer houses in May following an April surge. On Tuesday, June 16, 2015, the Commerce Department reported the housing starts declined 11.1% to a 10.4 million annualized rate which followed.

April Homes Sales Decline: U.S. Housing Market in Trouble?

By Friday, May 22, 2015
April Homes Sales DeclineOn Thursday, May 21, the National Association of Realtors released its report on existing home sales in April. Total existing home sales declined 3.3% to an annual rate of 5.04 million units in the U.S. (Source: National Association of Realtors, May 21, 2015.) April’s existing home sales are disappointing; analysts were expecting.

U.S. Housing Market: Worries Increasing, Buyers Dwindling

By Wednesday, May 20, 2015
U.S. Housing MarketThe Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates in September. When this happens, I expect the U.S. housing market to become one of its first and biggest victims. You must remember that the housing market and interest rates have a negative relationship. If interest rates rise, home prices suffer. This is basic economics. The Impact.

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