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KBRA: Home price growth will continue to slow to normalized levels

Sustainable price appreciation should align more with income, inflation
Trey Garrison
Home prices rebounded at annual rates of more than 10% in 2012 and 2013 according to most popular measures of home price appreciation, buoyed by a lack of supply and a large number of cash buyers, Kroll Bond Rating Agency reports.
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Trulia: Home prices 3% undervalued by historic measure

Only 7% of 100 largest metros are more than 10% overvalued
Trey Garrison
Trulia Chief Economist Jed Kolko says that despite the current deceleration in home prices worrying some, and claims from others that home prices are too high, home prices nationally are actually 3% undervalued in the third quarter of 2014.
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Case-Shiller: Home price gains decelerate rapidly

Biggest drop in HPI since November 2012
Trey Garrison
Home price growth slowed far more than expected in July, according to the latest Case-Shiller Home Price Index. "Inventory is up, but sales volume is down," said Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries.
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Capital Economics: Home price growth will slow to 4% annualized

Loosening credit, stronger wage growth could trigger homebuilding boom
Trey Garrison

Loosening mortgage credit conditions, decent job gains and an eventual acceleration in wage growth will help home sales to rise over the next 12 months, according to Paul Diggle, property economist at Capital Economics.


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Black Knight: Home prices up just 0.2% in July month-over-month

Home prices now just 10.2% off 2006 pre-crisis peak
Trey Garrison
Home prices are now just 10.2% off the 2006 peak, but price appreciation is slowing both month-over-month and year-over-year, according to the latest data from Black Knight Financial Services.
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Housing, tech stocks take a beating on troublesome data

HW 30 index look like a slaughterhouse floor
Trey Garrison
Declining economic activity and a serious drop in existing home sales opened the door for housing stocks to take a beating Monday.
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Improved monthly Case-Shiller shows housing recovery weaker than thought

Capital Economics: Measure suggests home prices dropping, not just slowing
Trey Garrison
The new Case-Shiller house-price index is a substantial improvement on its predecessors because it offers a monthly read, and that monthly read shows that housing prices have actually been dropping, rather than just slowing in gains, according to Capital Economics.
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Capital Economics remains bullish on housing

Move along, nothing to see here?
Trey Garrison
Despite the sharp slowdown in home price growth and housing in general, Capital Economics remains bullish on the U.S. housing market and mortgage growth.
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You won’t believe the 10 markets where price gains were strongest

Slow and steady wins the race in this reversal of judicial state trends
Trey Garrison
Home price roses a mere 1% month-over-month in August, according to the latest reports from Trulia, and the biggest gains, surprisingly were in non-judicial foreclosure states.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Housing walks a tightrope

Housing 2014: Finance challenges, pricey houses, mixed gov't messages
Trey Garrison
The rest of 2014 is going to be a challenge for homebuyers, for housing finance, for real estate agents and for housing regulators, thanks largely to the first half of 2014. It's a thin line housing has to walk to come out of this on top, and Washington isn't helping.
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