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  • Nearly two-thirds of U.S. housing markets see home prices hit all-time high

    Housing inventory hits all-time low
    The National Association of Realtors reported as housing inventory sank to its all-time low during the fourth quarter, home prices increased, creating all-new highs in many U.S. markets. A majority of the country saw an upswing in buyer interest at the end of last year, which ultimately put even more strain on inventory levels and prices.
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  • Americans gain confidence in housing as home prices rise

    Increasing share saying now is a good time to buy
    Fannie Mae’s latest survey shows Americans continue to gain confidence in the housing market, not just despite, but even because of rising home prices. Over the past year, home prices have continued to rise, threatening affordability, and housing inventory is falling dangerously low. However, despite these setbacks, Americans continue to hold a positive view of the housing economy.
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  • CoreLogic: Home prices to reverse course in January

    Could decrease up to 0.4%
    Home prices are increasing both month-over-month and annually, but that could soon reverse course and drop in January, according to CoreLogic's Home Price Index. But for now, more than one-third of the nation’s largest metro area housing markets are considered overvalued.
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  • Most Americans live in areas where renting is cheaper than buying

    But buying a home cheaper in 54% of U.S. markets
    Across the U.S., buying a home is cheaper than renting in the majority of housing markets, however most Americans live in areas where renting is still cheaper than buying. Renting has clearly become the lesser of two housing affordability evils in many major population centers, with renting more affordable than buying in 76% of counties that have a population of 1 million or more.
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  • These will be the top 10 housing markets of 2018

    Only one California city makes the list
    As 2018 sets into motion, several metros across the U.S. are emerging as possible contenders for the year’s top housing markets. Realtor.com explained that people are going to continue to seek out pockets of affordability that remain in the market.
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  • Here are four housing predictions for 2018

    Entry-level home prices could increase up to 11%
    2017 is now officially over and as 2018 begins, many experts continue to give their predictions for the housing market for the new year. One expert’s forecast tells of lower housing inventory and an accelerated speed of home price gains, especially among entry-level homes.
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  • CoreLogic: Home prices jump 7% annually in November

    But increases expected to slow in 2018
    Home prices increased 7% from November 2016, but CoreLogic’s report shows these increases could begin to slow in 2018. CoreLogic’s chief economist explained rising home prices is good news for home sellers, but adds to the challenges that home buyers face.
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