Realtors as a Percentage of Pre-Recession Peak


– Half of All U.S. Homes Are More Valuable than Pre-Recession Peak;
– The median U.S. home value is $217,300, up 8.3 percent over the past year;
– Home values are 8.4 percent higher than they were at the height of the housing bubble;
– Median rent rose 1.3 percent over the past year to $1,440. Riverside, Calif. saw the greatest increase in rent;
– Inventory fell 4.8 percent over the past year, after falling 12.3 percent the year before;
-In 7 of the 35 largest U.S. housing markets, more than 95% of homes are worth more than their peak value during the housing boom.


Then there is this:


Source: Daily Shot Brief

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