When will the housing market be "corrected?"

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When will the housing market be "corrected?".

Consumers and specially people that are trying to sell, buy, rent, or refinance their homes; save their homes from foreclosure; or sell their properties might hear some different stories and feel differently about the news and how they might be affected by it.  Here is an interesting report worth a few minutes of your time:

 

 

 

San Diego Union Tribune
When will the housing market be "corrected?"
The housing recovery in California is expected to continue through to 2013, but the market won't be "corrected" until as far off as 2017, according to the California Housing Market Forecast released by the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS.

 

Making sense of the story

 

  • Homes sales and prices are expected to keep rising, but lower-than-normal inventory levels and underwater mortgages are key hindrances to a faster recovery, according to Leslie Appleton-Young, chief economist with the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.

      
  • Home sales are forecasted to rise 1.3 percent to 530,000 units next year, based on the projected tally of 523,300 units this year. That's a slower growth than that of 2011 to 2012, which is roughly 5 percent.
  • The momentum in prices also is expected to carry through to 2013, a result of pent-up demand for a limited housing supply. The median price could rise 5.7 percent to $335,000 in 2013. That's lower than the projected price growth from 2011 to 2012, an estimated 11 percent. The state has a 3.2 months' worth of housing inventory, significantly lower than the 16 months'-plus supply of saw roughly four years ago.
  • “Pent-up demand from first-time buyers will compete with investors and all-cash offers on lower-priced properties, while multiple offers and aggressive bidding will continue to be the norm in mid- to upper-price range homes,” said Appleton-Young in the report.
  • Appleton-Young says what underwater borrowers throughout the state will do -- be it selling or holding -- will have a big effect on next year's housing recovery.
  • Other things to watch next year that will have a bearing on the housing market include: policies related to the state, local and federal governments; and housing and monetary policies, Appleton-Young said…

 

 

 

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