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Is the U.S. Housing Recovery Over? By Octavio Nuiry, Senior Staff Writer September 8, 2014 Most real estate experts believe the housing market is recovering. But three contrarian economists are not so sure. Distressed Housing Market Outlook: 2014 and Beyond By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President September 8, 2014 As the foreclosure crisis winds down and distress in the U.S. housing market returns to more normal and predictable levels, storm clouds of risk threatening more distress continue to hang over the horizon. Three Patterns of REO Activity in the 2014 Housing Market: Which One Matches Your Market? By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President September 8, 2014 Most U.S. housing markets in 2013 fit into one of these three patterns of activity when it comes to bank repossessions (REOs). See what those patterns look like and identify which matches your local market. Real Estate And The New Normal By Peter Miller, Contributor August 18, 2014 There has been quite a fuss during the past few days as a result of the announcement by Freddie Mac Chief Economist Frank Nothaft that “we are getting closer to a more normalized economy.” Why 19 Percent is the New 43 Percent for Housing Affordability By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President August 14, 2014 If you spend more than 19 percent of your monthly household income on housing you might be spending too much. Will The Zillow-Trulia Union Change Real Estate? By Peter Miller, Contributor July 30, 2014 The big news of the week concerns the impending union of two major online real estate sites, Zillow and Trulia. Most Affordable Housing Markets for Millennials By RealtyTrac Staff July 30, 2014 If the millennial generation is the future of a sustained real estate recovery, those local markets that are actually most affordable are likely where the most housing growth will occur. Least Affordable Housing Markets for Millennials By RealtyTrac Staff July 30, 2014 Sky-high home prices that continue to increase against all laws of physics, high rental rates and unfavorable unemployment rates have not been enough to chase millennials away from these unaffordable markets. Millennials Drive Growth of Multi-generational Households By Octavio Nuiry, Senior Staff Writer July 21, 2014 A record 57 million Americans — or 18 percent of the U.S. population — lived in multi-generational homes in 2012, double the number who lived in such households in 1980, with young adults leading the trend. What Homes Are the Best Real Estate Deals and Where to Find Them By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President July 18, 2014 Last week RealtyTrac released an analysis of what profiles of properties offer the best potential for discount, and which markets have the most properties matching those hot discount profiles. Print Email

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