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Housing Market Potential Little Changed, But Will The Supply Shortage Continue In 2018?

By Mark Fleming on January 23, 2018

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines December 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates, lien

Tightening Supply Squeezes Market Potential

By Mark Fleming on December 19, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines November 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

What's Keeping The Market Below Potential?

By Mark Fleming on November 20, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines October 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

Hesitant Homeowners And Hurricanes Hit Housing Market

By Mark Fleming on October 20, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines September 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

How Will Hurricanes Harvey And Irma Impact Housing Market Potential?

By Mark Fleming on September 19, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines August 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

The Struggle Is Real For First-Time Homebuyers

By Mark Fleming on August 23, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines July 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Homeownership, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

The Persistent Force Behind Lower Affordability

By Mark Fleming on July 20, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines June 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Existing Home Sales, Potential Home Sales, mortgage rates

Housing Market Faces Dilemma As Millennial Demand Continues To Grow

By Mark Fleming on June 20, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model examines May 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: millennials, Existing Home Sales, Potential Home Sales, affordability

Market Potential Caught In The Crosswinds Of Surging Demand And Tightening Inventory

By Mark Fleming on May 23, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model looks at April 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the real estate market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Existing Home Sales, Potential Home Sales

Market Potential Remains Flat, But Is Tight Inventory Relief On The Way?

By Mark Fleming on April 19, 2017

First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales model looks at March 2017 data and includes analysis from First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming on how the market is performing versus its potential.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Existing Home Sales, Potential Home Sales