Tag: home prices

Opiate Crisis  Driving Up Home Prices?

Opiate Crisis Driving Up Home Prices?

Financial Sense Newshour recently spoke with Dr. Frank Nothaft, Executive and Chief Economist at CoreLogic, about the US housing market and why home prices are likely to continue appreciating, though at a slightly lower rate, in 2018. For related podcast, see […]

Home Prices Peak – Unusual Times

Home Prices Peak – Unusual Times

We live in unusual times; we always live in unusual times. This is the third MONTHLY blog within the past 30 days; events are moving at such a fast pace that everything is likely to be changed by tomorrow, so […]

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Robert Shiller Sees Hint Of Slowdown In Home Prices

Robert Shiller BBTV interview Podcast Yale University Professor of Economics and Finance Robert Shiller discusses the latest home price data in the August S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.” (Source: Bloomberg) Robert Shiller Sees Hint of […]

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Robert Shiller: Housing Weakening, Fed Should Wait on Rates

Professor Robert Shiller discusses the CAPE ratio, its application to sector rotation strategies and general questions about long term investing strategies. Ossiam Shiller Barclays CAPE Sector Value : Professor Robert Shiller Introduces The CAPE Ratio Shiller On Housing April 25: […]

Housing Market Edges Toward Post-Recession Highs

Housing Market Edges Toward Post-Recession Highs

Housing Market Edges Toward Post-Recession Highs By Sara Potter, CBE, VP, Markets Analysis, FactSet With this week’s release of US housing starts data for June, we registered the strongest quarter in the housing market since 2007. June starts came in […]