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Fewer jobs means fewer households formed, which may delay a real estate recovery.
A 35 percent drop in completed foreclosures in August may be encouraging, as 'shadow inventory' hits lowest level in 5 years.
Pessimism about the housing market's rebound potential may be overblown, according to a new report.
45% of homes sold in August were all-cash, reflecting the strong role of investors and the competition for tight inventory.
Tight inventory, rising prices and higher interest rates may be taking some of the shine off the go-go housing market. The NAR predicts 2014 sales will be about the same as in 2013.
Zillow sees the rate of home appreciation moderating but expects values to continue rising. About 35% of the cities saw double-digit value increases.
Analysts says the trend is likely to moderate, as tight inventory, rising prices and higher interest rates shut out some would-be homebuyers.
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