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More Evidence That Housing Hit A Wall In August

investmentresearchdynamics.com / David Kranzler / September 16, 2014

Homes sales volume PLUNGED in August in Southern California, San Francisco/Bay Area and Las Vegas. These had been among the hottest markets in sales volume, low inventory and price increase in 2012/2013. Not anymore:

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How the Government Deceives us on Inflation, as Rents and Housing Costs Soar

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / September 12, 2014

It’s hard these days to worry about inflation amidst a maelstrom of voices claiming that there isn’t enough inflation to begin with, and that the world will end if prices stop rising even for a moment. Whatever inflation we may encounter in daily [...]

The Entire Housing Market Hit A Wall In August

investmentresearchdynamics.com / By David Kranzler / September 12, 2014

“I spent well over an hour surveying the housing market in my area (south-metro Denver) and the market is flooded with homes for sale, with many mid-range ($500-$750) homes being lowered 5-10% in price and still sitting on the market. Zillow is estimating [...]

Examining the net worth of renters and homeowners: Most Americans stash their wealth in home equity. Many housing markets affordable, just not the area you are looking at.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / 12 Sep, 2014

The nation is undergoing a radical transformation where renting is currently outpacing homeownership. The reasons are complex including the multi-year investor orgy into single family homes. Since the crisis hit 7,000,000+ homes have been lost due to the long and drawn out process of foreclosure. [...]

How the Government Deliberately Understates Inflation as Rents and Housing Costs are Soaring

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • September 12, 2014

It’s hard these days to worry about inflation amidst a maelstrom of voices claiming that there isn’t enough inflation to begin with, and that the world will end if prices stop rising for a moment. Whatever inflation we may encounter in daily life, whether [...]

Foreclosure Activity Picking Up – Just In Time For Market Collapse

investmentresearchdynamics.com / By Dvaid Kranzler / September 11, 2014

“[Foreclosure activity] is reason to wake up and realize the housing recovery we’ve seen over the past two years is not as strong as it might have seemed.” Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac

Beginning in the Fourth quarter of fiscal 2013, we have [...]

Luxury Homes Goosed by Stock Prices, Rest of Housing Market Teeters

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • September 11, 2014

Home sales have been declining since last fall and in some cases steeply, with memories of bidding wars early last year triggering wistful sighs. The sales decline continued into the summer, and indications are that they’re dragging into September [...]

There Goes The “Housing Recovery”: Record Few Americans Think “Now Is A Good Time To Buy A Home”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/08/2014 11:09

When one thinks “recovery”, some of the images envisioned include a healthy labor market (not one saturated by part-time, low wage jobs), rising earnings (not wages that have stagnated for years and in real terms are at Lehman levels) and a vibrant housing market [...]

Hipster neighborhoods and the flippers that love them: Eagle Rock housing and sprucing up small spaces for hefty price tags.

doctorhousingbubble.com / September 5, 2014

Rinse and repeat. That seems to be the mantra some flippers are adhering to in certain SoCal neighborhoods. Some zip codes seem to attract flippers like flies to a bright light. Eagle Rock is one of those markets. Nestled between Glendale andPasadena, Eagle Rock seems to be a [...]

The Housing Market Is In Big Trouble

investmentresearchdynamics.com / David Kranzler / September 5, 2014

I honestly can’t believe that more investors are not looking at unloading long positions in the homebuilders. Right now, by virtue of the fact that there’s a lack of good analytic “eyeballs” slicing and dicing the industry numbers and the homebuilder financials, the homebuilder stocks [...]

The US Housing ‘Recovery’ In 1 Chart

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/04/2014 21:00

Context is king. Week-in, week-out, we are reassured by whoever the next talking-head is that the recovery-meme is alive-and-well (despite consensus GDP expectations continued to slide for 2014), and that housing is back. The fact that mortage applications inched 0.2% higher on the week (as mortgage rates [...]

HOUSING RECOVERY MY FAT ASS

theburningplatform.com / By Jim Quinn / 3rd September 2014

These charts never grow old whenever you want to reveal the truth about the “healthy” market driven housing recovery touted by the moronic media, the Wall Street shysters and the national association of lying realtors. Shockingly, mortgage applications to purchase a home FELL again last [...]

Homebuilder Stocks Getting Hit Again Despite Higher Dow

investmentresearchdynamics.com / By David Kranzler / September 3, 2014

[note: the DJUSHB Dow Jones Home Construction Index has hit a new low on the day since I posted this report - it's down almost well over 2% nearly 3% now]

Despite what seems to be an inexorably rising stock market, the homebuilder [...]

IMF: Risk of Another Housing Crash

mises.ca / by David Howden / August 27th, 2014

The International Monetary Fund is warning that the world is at risk of “another devastating housing crash.”

This is true for instance for Australia, Belgium, Canada, Norway and Sweden,” he said.

China’s Housing Bubble Has Popped

teapartyeconomist.com / by Gary North on August 27, 2014

Those trusting souls who arrived late to the biggest housing bubble in history have lost a lot of money. They are going to lose a lot more.

It’s here at last. Pop.

Writes MarketWatch:

In one case, scores of property owners surrounded a Shanghai sales office [...]

Drowning in Unsold New Homes?

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / August 25, 2014

So now, there’s another aspect of Housing Bubble 2, this time in new single-family homes: dropping sales, swooning prices, and ballooning inventories.

Sales of new single-family homes fell 2.4% in July, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 412,000, the worst in four months, and [...]

Doctor Fed, You Are Wanted In The San Francisco Housing Ward, Stat

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 08/26/2014 10:22

We have previously explained why the San Francisco market is such an important bellwether of overall liquidity and prevailing economic euphoria, directly supported by not only the Fed’s “wealth effect” printing and the second tech bubble, but also Chinese capital flows out of [...]

The Home-Flipping Bubble Implodes

wolfstreet.com / Wolf Richter / August 22, 2014

Home flipping – buying a home and reselling it within 12 months, hopefully for a profit – is the American entrepreneur’s reaction to the vagaries of the housing market. When these gutsy people perceive a big profit opportunity, such as soaring home prices, they [...]

Housing Stocks Move From Oversold To Ripe For Shorting

investmentresearchdynamics.com / David Kranzler / August 21, 2014

After a sharp sell-off after last month’s new homes sales report, the housing stocks were due for a bounce. Tuesday’s non-sensical Government-issued housing starts report gave the stocks the excuse short-sellers were looking for to cover. There’s no way any institutional money is buying the homebuilders, [...]

The Schizophrenic US Housing Market In One Chart

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/21/2014 12:05

For those who are looking for just one chart with which to summarize the US housing market, here it is courtesy of the NAR, which earlier today reported July existing home sales, which despite beating expectations, were still 4.3% below the 5.38 million annualized homes sold [...]