The chief US economist for Deutsche Bank, Joseph LaVorgna, tweeted some great news a little while ago.
He push-posted an economic review of the housing industry that shows the recovery is doing even better than originally thought:
"We believe investors still do not fully appreciate the direct positive effects a rejuvenated housing
sector will have on the economic outlook," according to the report LaVorgna is tweeting about.
"When combing through the GDP accounts, we estimate that total housing-related spending — beyond just residential construction — accounts for a much larger share of the economy than some market participants currently may believe," the analysts write.
So the outlook remains bright, as HousingWire yesterday reported, but it's still not as good as it once was, Deutsche Bank notes.