Tag: home prices

By October 28, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Owner-Occupied Purchase Demand Remains Well Below Pre-Bubble Norms

Recently on the Today show, the producers paraded a dog in a Marilyn Monroe costume, her fake bosom bursting out of a little doggy dress. In the modern age, there is a way to make anything look like something else. Some would argue that all the rosy headlines about rapidly rising home prices and breakout bidding […]

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Robert Shiller’s Advice to Potential Buyers and Sellers? Don’t Do Anything Dramatic!
By January 27, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Robert Shiller’s Advice to Potential Buyers and Sellers? Don’t Do Anything Dramatic!

Robert J. Shiller, a Yale economics professor best known for the eponymous Case-Shiller Home Price Index, has an article in today’s New York Times entitled A New Housing Boom? Don’t Count On It. Shiller makes short work of the endlessly optimistic industry rags who read Realtytrac reports like tea leaves and find  signs and portents […]

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By January 10, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Portland Metro Area Home Prices Anticipated to Rise 4.7% in 2013

The Oregonian’s Front Porch reports today that a real estate firm is anticipating 4.7% price increases in the Portland Metro area housing market in 2013, a slower rate than we saw in 2012. Read the full story here.

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