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US Housing

US Housing

This service is relevant to all those professionals engaged in the US residential real estate market, including homebuilders, developers, investors, mortgage lenders, all agents and financial advisers working in the industry and those interested in how housing affects the wider economy.

Clients subscribing to our US Housing Service should expect to receive, on average, 2-3 e-mailed documents a week. In 2011, our US housing economists were voted by Bloomberg as the most accurate house price forecasters of the year. And in 2010, they were placed 5th out of the 104 forecasters in the Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey.


The US Housing Market Analyst Gives an analysis of the economic background to the housing and construction markets, including assessments of current investment property and housing market values, and forecasts for the future, including regional and sectoral analysis. It acts as a bridge between the world of macroeconomics and detailed aspects of the housing market. It is produced quarterly. Sample - House price inflation will slow further
US Housing Market Focus Occasional "think pieces" on themes of current interest. Sample - Weighing up the FHFA’s mortgage proposals
US Housing Market Data Response Short notes, usually sent out about an hour after important data releases. Sample - Homeownership & Vacancy Rates & Case-Shiller (Q3/Aug.)
US Housing Market Monthly A round-up of all the latest economic news about the housing market and discussion on how this fits in with our forecasts of the market. Sample - Investors and cash buyers pull back
US Housing Market Update Regular short commentaries on major news or events in the housing market, such as house price developments, the level of mortgage borrowing, reactions to news in the construction sector. Sample - Higher mortgage fees don’t point to future mortgage stress

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US Housing
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