The year 2016 was an eventful one for home building.
Detroit. Photo: James/Creative Commons.
Cities in the South and in the Rust Belt have the most favorable base salary to home price ratios
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John Burns Real Estate Consulting predicts that the overall homeownership rate will continue to fall
Houses in Sacramento. Photo: Brian242/Wikimedia Commons.
San Antonio is the market with the most external searches
House in Mountainville, N.J. Photo: Doug Kerr/Creative Commons.
Values have declined in Connecticut, but are up double-digits in Oregon and Washington
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The return on investment has dropped sharply in part due to housing markets flooded with big, new homes
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As a result of the housing market crash, 200,000 construction jobs remain unfilled in the U.S.
Portland, Ore. Photo: Jeff Gunn/Creative Commons.
Job creation is the root of a strong housing market
House for sale. Photo: Benne2/Wikimedia Commons.
Foreign buyers purchased 214,885 residential properties for $102.6 billion from April 2015 to March 2016