Posted by on April 25, 2017 12:15 am
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REAL ESTATE MARKET MELTS

Current Indicator Threat Grade
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LOW

Unofficial, speculative, or topical news is evident at this time. No immediate danger is apparent.

REAL ESTATE MARKET MELTS

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Full Indicator Record

Grade Date Headline Source
LOW 27 Apr 2017 Home prices continue to surge sparking fears of Bubble 2.0 [Zero Hedge]
LOW 25 Apr 2017 Fannie introduces 'innovative solutions' allowing student-debt-laden millennials to buy a home [Zero Hedge]
LOW 25 Apr 2017 Housing's echo bubble now exceeds the 2006-07 bubble peak [OfTwoMinds]
LOW 22 Mar 2017 Existing home sales tumble as NAR warns prices becoming increasingly unaffordable [Zero Hedge]
LOW 12 Mar 2017 30-year mortgage rate reaches new high for the year [Washington Post]
LOW 07 Mar 2017 Charles Hugh Smith: The next domino to fall – commercial real estate [Of Two Minds]
MOD 27 Feb 2017 Pending home sales tumble to lowest in a year [Zero Hedge]
LOW 22 Feb 2017 Could the immigration ban cause another housing crash? [Zero Hedge]
LOW 22 Feb 2017 Homebuilder Toll Brothers posts 3.8% fall in quarterly profit [Nasdaq.com]
LOW 07 Feb 2017 Fed may soon unwind $1.75 trillion of Govt-owned mortgage-backed securities [Bloomberg]
LOW 06 Feb 2017 House flipping is back [CNBC]
LOW 06 Feb 2017 Housing now least affordable it’s been since 2010 [Zero Hedge]
LOW 26 Jan 2017 Luxury home sales continued to slump [CNBC]
MOD 26 Jan 2017 Americans are flipping houses like it's 2006 all over again [Zero Hedge]
MOD 24 Jan 2017 December existing home sales plunge most since 2009 [Zero Hedge]

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