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Report Deflates Bubble Talk With Subdued Housing Forecast

Thu, Jun 27, 2013

Recent double-digit, year-over-year price increases are set to ease later this year and slow even more in 2014 in a more sustainable alignment with earnings.

In a more liberal forecast than other real estate outlooks, Capital Economics says the pace of year over year home price gains will slow from the current 10 to 12 percent to 8 percent this year, but get halved to 4 percent in 2014.

How so? By three measures.

Double-digit price gains out of the housing recovery gate were never sustainable. While housing remains under valued, housing bubble talk is premature, but the recent pace of price gains isn't sustainable. If prices continue rising at 12 percent, year-over-year, housing will be over valued relative to rents in the next few months and relative to incomes in early 2015. 


This article was originally posted by Broderick Perkins at Realty Times on June 27, 2013.

Chris Clothier
Written by Chris Clothier

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