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Why isn't Freddie Mac on board with all these rosy outlooks?

Latest housing numbers prove robust, so what gives?
Clearly, the housing market is doing just fine. Read the latest Case-Shiller. Housing pretty much recovered. And Ten-X, too. Home sales increased in January. Don’t forget Black Knight. Home prices are so close to a new peak. So why isn't Freddie Mac on board with all these rosy, housing outlooks?
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Case-Shiller: Housing market now officially, completely recovered

Blitzer: Uncertainty remains on Trump impact
Home prices increased in November, bringing a chairman of the Index Committee to explain that the housing market is completely recovered from the crisis. Case-Shiller’s top 20 cities all posted monthly increases after seasonal adjustment. One expert explains why the new administration could push home prices even further in the months to come.
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Case-Shiller: Home prices rise in October, threaten affordability

And it’s not changing any time soon
Even though the U.S. economy is reporting robust job numbers and moderate wage growth, rising home prices, combined with rising interest rates, may make the housing market unaffordable for many. The latest home price report from Case-Shiller shows national home prices posted another rise in October after the previous report’s record high.
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Case-Shiller: Rising house prices just below record highs

Catching up with 2006
Home prices are continuing to rise; now mere basis points below the all-time highs for prices, set in 2006. According to the latest data released Tuesday by S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, which covers all nine U.S. census divisions, reported a 5.3% annual gain in August, just off the July 2006 peak.
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Case-Shiller results barely miss housing-boom high

Home prices increasing annually, but flat from June
Home prices rose yet again in July, and while not quite as fast as June’s pace, it did come less than a percentage point away from July 2006’s all-time high. Home prices in three cities continue to increase faster than any other city.
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Case Shiller: May home prices rise at modest rate

Shift in regional top markets
Opinions about this month’s Case-Shiller results are as mixed as the report seems to be. While prices continue to rise, it is at a smaller rate than before. The most surprising, however, is which markets are cooling versus those that continue to drive strong price increases.
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