Why The Housing Recovery Isn’t A Sure Thing Just Yet

Recent consensus has been that the U.S. housing market is recovering, albeit slowly. But the Fed’s decision to purchase $40 billion in agency mortgage backed securities a month, suggests that it isn’t as confident.

We looked at the latest data on distressed housing, home prices, and negative equity, and highlighted some lingering concerns.

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Produced by Daniel Goodman

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