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Home Price Appreciation in Low- and Moderate-Income Markets

Karl Case, Maryna Marynchenko • October 7, 2001

At the turn of the millennium, fully two-thirds of American households were owner-occupants. In addition, through the middle of the year in 2000, real home prices were rising…
Reports

Measuring the Nation's Rental Housing Affordability Problems

Eric Belsky, Jack Goodman, Rachel Bogardus Drew • June 1, 2005

Difficulty affording housing is widely acknowledged as the most common housing problem in the United States. No matter how one chooses to measure the problem, it is clearly…
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Watch the Inventory – and the Investors

Eric Belsky • February 13, 2013

As housing demand has been coming up, the inventory of homes for sale on the market has been going down.  This tightening of supply relative to demand is the bedrock of the…
Blog

A Housing Recovery, but Not for All Americans

Eric Belsky • June 26, 2013

Driven by rising home prices and growing demand, the U.S. housing recovery is well underway, according to our latest State of the Nation’s Housing report released today.…
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More Working Americans Struggling to Afford Housing

Eric Belsky • December 13, 2012

With growth in incomes lagging growth in housing and utility costs, the share of Americans spending large sums of their income on housing has climbed nearly uninterrupted for…