New Study on Housing

According to a study by Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) of Harvard University despite encouraging signs this spring, the real estate market still faces large hurdles but jobs and employment are key factors.   

In the JCHS annual report, The State of the Nation’s Housing, the JCHS has stated that the recovering labor market and low mortgage interest rates should be enough to shore up sales and housing starts following “an expected dip” due to the expiration of the federal homebuyer tax credit.  

The recent upswing in sales has helped stabilize prices in a few areas but the report finds no clear indication of the future direction of prices, since two major indices that track prices show conflicting trends. 

Overall, the study also stated that the consequences of the recession and the financial crises is still with us and the long term outlook is more positive once employment stages a necessary  comeback.

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