We Need to Keep Building Houses, Even if No One Wants to Buy

By Conor Dougherty and Ben Casselman | The New York Times The United States has a deep, decades-old housing shortage. Also, at the moment, homebuilders across the country are pulling back on development because they can’t sell enough homes. How can both of these things be true? That riddle is at the heart of the …

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What Does Recovery Look Like?

Back in March, National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said, “I am optimistic that the (CARES Act) stimulus package will lessen the economic damage, and we may get a V-shaped robust recovery later in the year.” Economists often describe trends by shapes, such as V (steep decline, strong recovery), U (wider, less defined …

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