Could some of the most in-demand housing markets be cooling off?
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Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth have experienced more growth than anywhere else in the U.S.
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According to the quarterly Trulia Inventory and Price Watch, starter and trade-up home stock has declined 40 percent since 2012
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Zillow's 2015 Urban Zillow Home Value Index (ZHVI) was $269,036, compared with the 2015 Suburban ZHVI of $263,987.
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Meyers Research found that the region is being hamstrung by pricing issues such as limited land supply and rising construction costs.
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In a presentation titled “2016 Economic and Housing Outlook,” during the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, Kevin C. Gillen, chief economist at Meyers Research, laid out the major issues facing the industry in 2016.
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Budget-minded Millennials prefer remodeling to buying new
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Economic growth in the past couple of months has slowed significantly, but despite that, U.S. home resales bounced back from a 19-month low.