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Middle Market Rentals: Hiding in Plain Sight

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 1, 2004

With investors focused primarily on the upper segment and policymakers on the lower, the middle of the rental housing market has gone largely unexamined. Nonetheless, the 14…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2004

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • September 6, 2004

Despite job losses in the rest of the economy, housing had another record-breaking year in 2003. Home sales, single-family housing starts, residential fixed investment,…
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The State of the Nation’s Housing 2011

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 6, 2011

With employment growth strengthening, consumer spending up, and rental markets tightening, some of the ingredients for a housing recovery were taking shape in early 2011. Yet…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2009

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 22, 2009

Despite unprecedented federal efforts to jumpstart the economy and help homeowners keep up with their mortgage payments, home prices continued to fall and foreclosures…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2007

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 11, 2007

After setting records for home sales, single-family starts, and house price appreciation in 2005, housing markets abruptly reversed last year. In 2006, total home sales fell…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2005

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 13, 2005

House prices, residential investment, and home sales all set records again in 2004. But higher short-term interest rates and the strongest one-year price appreciation since…
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The State of the Nation's Housing 2001

Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies • June 11, 2001

Housing markets stood up well in 2000 despite growing uncertainty about the direction of the economy. After years of rapidly rising rents and home prices, however, housing…