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More New Norms for US Real Estate Market

By Brian Kline | May 14, 2017
A macro look at the U.S. and global economies indicates the US real estate markets are remaining stable and should do the same for at least six months to two years. Or until an unforeseen major economic event occurs.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

The Jobless Recovery is Complete

By Brian Kline | December 9, 2014
It has been several years of watching millions of people chase the few jobs out there but that is changing in a hurry and permanently. Early November numbers indicate that 321,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy. Revisions for September and October show that 44,000 more jobs than had been estimated were actually added. […]
Featured News, US Real Estate

All is Not Well With the Employment Picture

By Brian Kline | June 13, 2014
Last Friday, the government announced that 217,000 new jobs were added to the economy. But while unemployment fell to 6.3%, the types of jobs people are doing indicates the economy is anything but robust.
FRED Graph
Investing, US Real Estate

FRED Chart: Mortgage Delinquency Rates Up Again, Fundamentals Favor Investors

By Donna S. Robinson | January 30, 2013
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the housing market. I've seen numerous articles in the media on how well the housing market is picking up. Many "experts" are predicting that 2013 will be the year that a housing recovery finally picks up steam. But The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank has some interesting housing data of their own.
Featured News, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Why The Housing Market "Recovery" May Be Nearing It's Peak

By Donna S. Robinson | December 13, 2012
I was reading a very interesting article on one of my favorite research blogs, when I noticed a striking correlation between employment and housing prices that would seem to indicate that the housing market has "recovered". However, as Bill Clinton might say, "this depends on your definition of "recovery"."
Investing, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Baby Boomers Over Age 55 More Likely To Own And Invest In Real Estate

By Donna S. Robinson | November 30, 2012
A recent article on clearly demonstrates the impact that boomers are having on the housing market. Boomers between the ages of 55 and 74 are much more likely to own additional residential property besides their personal home, and while some of these homes are vacation properties, most are likely to be held for use as rental property.
Mortgage, US Real Estate

QE3 - Is The FED Using Unemployment As A Cover For Another Bank Bailout?

By Donna S. Robinson | September 18, 2012
Happy days are here again on Wall Street, which saw stocks, commodities and gold going higher immediately after the big news that the Federal Reserve will begin an open-ended program of new Quantitative Easing, known affectionately as "QE3". But this time the Fed is going all-in with it's biggest QE yet
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