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  • Radar Logic: Don't Call It a Housing Comeback ... Yet

    By June, Radar Logic's RPX Monthly Housing Market Report showed three months of stability in the composite home prices and CEO Michael Feder was ready to call a recovery. Other market observers chimed in, pointing toward a narrowing of declines in home sales and median sales prices across the US. Phrases forming on everyone's tongue became "housing bottom" and "recovery in sight," with several financial institutions going so far as to tell shareholders the recession itself is at an end.
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  • Seasonal Strength in Home Prices

    Following a free fall in much of 2008, the value of many households' largest asset -- their home -- seems to show signs of stabilization so far in 2009. A composite index of 25 major metropolitan areas across the US showed a 0.3% slide from February to March, adding to the composite measurement's Q109 stability, according to a monthly housing report released today by Radar Logic.
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  • Demand for Distressed Property Props Up Sales Volume

    Sales declines in 25 major metropolitan housing markets slowed during January, as the number of "motivated" sales transactions continued to drive sales volume in many of the nation's larger housing markets -- the result is that sales volume declined 6 percent year-over-year in January, compared to a 36 percent decline in the same period one year earlier.
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  • Foreclosed Properties Driving Home Sales: Report

    The latest data released late last week by Radar Logic, Inc., a New York-based real estate data and analytics company, make it pretty clear that so-called "motivated" home sales -- sales at foreclosure auction and sales of foreclosed properties by banks -- are now driving key real estate metrics in nearly all of the nation's major housing markets.
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