National economics correspondent, The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. homeownership rate fell to 64.7% in 2Q, new 19-year low (But that's misleading: economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/01/30/why…) pic.twitter.com/0sJCmEPB4i
RT @JedKolko: Home prices still look more like healthy slowdown than start of new crash. C-S tends to overstate ups and downs.
Prices rise: "OMG it's a bubble."
Prices rise less steeply "OMG it's a bust."
Understandable phobia, I guess.
@JustinWolfers Yes but seasonal pattern has become much harder to model given the interplay of foreclosed properties standardandpoors.com/servlet/BlobSe…
@StanHumphries I have a really hard time believing those numbers. Las Vegas is not in good shape.
@LeHonders August 2013: Why price growth will slow blogs.wsj.com/developments/2…
@NACMtrader17 The rising share of distressed sales in 2008-09 threw off the seasonal adjustment.
@NACMtrader17 Yes, in 2010 standardandpoors.com/servlet/BlobSe…
U.S. home prices, up 9.3% over the last year, are now 17.4% below the 2006 peak on.wsj.com/1zqgvWV pic.twitter.com/5Qbjp7PutZ
@DanBTIG YTD trend shows 2014 better than 2006-12 period pbs.twimg.com/media/BttrHkxC…
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