Here’s evidence showing the housing “recovery” isn’t real

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The housing market 2013 is showing signs of improvement from last year – but there’s reason to believe this recovery isn’t sustainable. and Urban Development handed the Justice Department evidence.

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A growing surplus of houses isn’t, on its own. In this blog I explore the evidence on both of these, showing that on both counts the data suggest that the rate of new housing supply has been more.

The housing market, in other words, is showing overall improvement, although some metrics (home prices) look rosier than others (employment, new construction.) The overall recovery isn’t a neat, straight line, but rather a scattered picture of the many variables that, together, weave the tapestry that values American homes.

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This isn’t 1987. And it’s not 2007. Unemployment is low, and so is inflation. The housing market has bounced back, but new home construction is still far below the pre-crisis high. Commercial.

Bernanke has been touting the housing recovery as evidence that QE is working. To give you a better idea of just how fabulous this mammoth recovery is, here’s a long term perspective. Fabulous, it isn’t. The range of 20,000 to 40,000 unit sales per month since 2009 compares with a range of 80,000 to 130,000 per month in the early to mid 2000’s.

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