Real Estate Building Statistics December 2010

Since we don’t have any magic genies who are able to magically tell us when the housing market will finally become stable, we have to rely on good ol’ fashioned data to make that analysis.

Thankfully, our friends at John Burns Consulting do this type of real estate market analysis for a living. Here’s the latest report which also has stats for many markets across the country.


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One Response to “Real Estate Building Statistics December 2010”

  1. Lots of numbers in that document! But statistics always tell a better story.

    It still look like the market will continue to remain down (or decrease) in the fore-seeable future.

    Last month’s numbers showed an increase in apartment building as opposed to single family homes. Maybe because the are more tenants who can no longer afford mortgage payments?

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