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Republicans Killing the Housing Market

The Mortgage Corner

The Trump administration and Republicans’ anti-immigration policies will kill the housing market. Why? Trump wants to cut immigration quotas by 50 percent when there aren’t enough qualified workers to fill current job openings. 497 more words

Weekly Financial News

The C Is for Crank Interviews: Cary Moon

Civic activist, engineer, and first-time candidate Cary Moon isn’t much of a political brawler; during the 2007 campaign against the waterfront deep-bore tunnel, when most Seattle voters first got to know her, Moon’s style was more “convince them on the merits” than “bury the opposition.” But this year, aided by her pugnacious consultants at Moxie Media, Moon has come out swinging, accusing her opponent, Jenny Durkan, of knowingly accepting “illegal contributions” claiming that Durkan wants to protect “profiteers and Wall Street interests,” and issuing a… 2,842 more words

Homelessness

Saskatoon firmly a home buyers’ market

The Saskatoon housing market is firmly a buyers’ market.

New figures released Tuesday by the Saskatchewan Region Association of Realtors (SRAR) said the sales to listing ratio in September was 34 per cent. 178 more words

Consumer

20 Sept 2017 (AFR) - Sydney housing price growth slows in June quarter: national rate eases to 1.9pc

(20 September 2017, AFR, p31, by Michael Bleby)

‘Sydney housing prices grew at their slowest pace in more than a year in the June quarter, pulling the overall capital city gain down to 1.9 per cent, official figures showed in Tuesday. 59 more words

1.Market Observations

The U.S. Housing Market Is Getting Squeezed. See Where Prices Are Spiking the Highest

The U.S. Housing market is getting squeezed. In July, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), housing inventory declined for a 26th straight month on a year-over-year basis. 176 more words

Real Estate

Thoughts on Australian Housing Prices

Every economist has their favourite graph.

This is mine. It relates to share valuations, but it has implications for the Australian housing market.

It’s a 3D representation of the values produced by the constant growth dividend discount model (DDM) or Gordon model, a way of working out the underlying value of a share. 629 more words

Housing Market

Some Thoughts on Aussie Housing Prices

Every economist has their favourite graph.

This is mine. It relates to share valuations, but it has implications for the Australian housing market.

It’s a 3D representation of the values produced by the dividend discount model (DDM) or Gordon model, a way of working out the underlying value of a share. 490 more words

Housing Market