Housing Market Perspectives
- If Housing Markets Are Recovering, Why Is the Homeownership Rage Still Falling?, Issue 1
- Recent Rise in Housing Costs Belies Long-Term Affordability, Issue 2
- The End Is in Sight for the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis, Issue 3
- Could Housing Markets Face Another "Taper Tantrum" Moment?, Issue 4
- Homeownership and the Racial Wealth Divide, Issue 5
- Housing and Consumer Spending Power the Economy like Never Before, Issue 6
- Is Homeownership Bad for Wealth Accumulation?, Issue 7
- Fewer Tax Breaks for Homeowners : A Good Thing?, Issue 8
- National Homeownership Rates in 2005 : A Powerful Negative Predictor of Post-Crisis Recovery
- Which U.S. Major Metro Areas Now Offer the Best Housing Values?
- Recession Signals : Four Housing Indicators to Watch in 2019
- Millennials and Gen Z Are Not Doomed to Rent Forever
- Recession Signals : Home Sales Trend Lower in All Four Regions
- Construction Costs, Not Another Housing Bubble, Are Driving House Prices Higher
- Recession Signals : Housing Indicators Remain Consistent With a Broader Slowdown in 2020
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Housing Market Perspectives. St. Louis, MO: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2016-2020. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6273, accessed on January 23, 2022.