Lawrence Yun says a new housing crash is unlikely to happen soon

Numerous experts in the last few months have warned that real estate is facing the prospect of a major slowdown in home sales, or even a crash, due to rising prices and reduced buyer demand.

Home buyers growing increasingly desperate as inventory whittles away

A growing number of home shoppers are becoming so frustrated with today’s seller’s market that they’re making more aggressive moves in order to find a property that meets their requirements.

New home sales growth held back by tight inventory supply

Sales of new homes increased by 0.8 percent in June, but experts say they would have been much higher if only buyers had more options to choose from.

Experts say ‘housing drought’ is the worst since records begun

The number of homes currently listed for sale in the U.S. is currently at its lowest level since records began, says the National Association of Realtors.

Home inventories collapse to record lows in Q4

Housing inventories fell to record lows while price appreciation nudged slightly upward in the last three months of 2016, following what was the best quarterly sales pace of the year, reported the National Association of Realtors in its latest quarterly report.

Home builders blame increased regulatory costs for new construction shortfall

With such high demand and short supply in many housing markets, why is it that builders aren’t stepping things up?

Foreclosures Trending Downward But Watch Out For Supply-Demand Issues

The foreclosure numbers have receeded somewhat. Perhaps this is a sign that the volume is finally coming down, or it’s a momentary pause caused by the Robo-signing scandal and ensuing bank settlement of 2011. But either way, the damage has been done, and will continue for years to come.

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