Zillow: Housing recovery slows to steadier pace

Conversations about the current housing market often have good news/bad news scenarios. Case in point, a recent report from Zillow, the real estate website. are more challenging than just waiting.

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) — Home price appreciation slowed in July, according to Lender Processing Services, the latest sign that the housing recovery. pace of home value appreciation, which will be.

Looking ahead, as more homes come on the market, growth in home values is expected to slow, to a 2.4 percent pace through November 2015, according to the Zillow Home Value Forecast. There were 11.8 percent more homes for sale in November 2014 than a year prior, but inventory fell slightly in many major markets from October to November.

The housing recovery is generally expected to continue, but at a slower pace. Let’s take a look at four housing predictions from Zillow Real Estate Research. 1.

Researchers predict Canadian home price gains will grind to a halt in the coming years – and when values do get on the road to recovery, the pace of growth won’t be anything like the last price runup. Moody’s Analytics forecasts a "slower, steadier" Canadian housing market in its latest analysis, published this month.

After a somewhat slow first quarter, the national housing recovery took the pace up a few notches in Q2, Zillow reported. According to the company’s second-quarter Real Estate Market Reports, the U.S. Zillow Home Value Index (HVI) rose to $161,100 as of the end of June-up 2.4 percent quarter-over-quarter and 5.8 percent year-over-year.

Piegza added, "This certainly is not enough to pull the rug out from under the housing recovery, but it will be enough. “Looking ahead, I expect the pace of home value appreciation to continue to.

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