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The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery

 
 

2013 Annual Report

The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery

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About the Essays

U.S. housing markets experienced a notable boom and a painful bust during the past decade. Most recently, housing began its long-awaited recovery—the subject of the Dallas Fed’s 2013 Annual Report. In three essays, widely recognized housing expert and associate director of research John Duca shares insights on the national and regional markets and the outlook for housing.

Nationally

“Housing Recovery Finally Gains Traction” examines housing nationally, tracing its rebound and prospects for sustainability.

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http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e1.cfm

Regionally

“Housing Rebound Depends on Jobs, Local Supply Tightness” discusses differences across regions and major metropolitan areas, with particular emphasis on Texas.

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http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e2.cfm

What’s Next?

“Factors Determining the Housing Recovery’s Pace” reviews the main, less-predictable factors that may shape the future path of the housing sector.

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http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e3.cfm


Nationally

“Housing Recovery Finally Gains Traction” examines housing nationally, tracing its rebound and prospects for sustainability.

http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e1.cfm



Regionally

“Housing Rebound Depends on Jobs, Local Supply Tightness” discusses differences across regions and major metropolitan areas, with particular emphasis on Texas.

http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e2.cfm



What’s Next?

“Factors Determining the Housing Recovery’s Pace” reviews the main, less-predictable factors that may shape the future path of the housing sector.

http://www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e3.cfm


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