[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner[:es]El mercado de bienes raíces ha dado vuelta a la esquina[:]

[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner | Simplifying The Market

As we finish 2014, it appears the real estate market is once again on solid footing and ready to advance forward over the next few years. The strength of the market can be viewed using two metrics: projected home values and projected house sales.

We recently reported that the Home Price Expectation Survey revealed future home values will continue to appreciate nicely. Today we want to look at projections on the number of home sales (existing and new construction) we will see over the next two years. We researched what the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Freddie Mac and the Mortgage Bankers’ Association (MBA) are projecting for the housing industry going forward.

Here is what we found:

The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner | Simplifying The Market

All three entities see the number of home sales increasing in both 2015 and 2016. This is further proof the housing market is back.[:es]The Real Estate Martket Has Turned The Corner | Keeping Current Matters

A medida que terminamos 2014, parece que el mercado de bienes raíces esta nuevamente en tierra firme y listo para avanzar en los próximos años. La fuerza del mercado puede ser vista usando dos métricas: la proyección del valor de las casas y la proyección de las ventas de las casas.

Recientemente informamos que la Encuesta de la Expectativa de los Precios de las Casas revelo que el valor futuro de las casas va a continuar apreciando de buena forma. Hoy queremos mirar las proyecciones en el número de ventas de las casas (existentes y construcciones nuevas) que vamos a ver durante los próximos dos años. Investigamos cuales son las proyecciones de la Asociación Nacional de Realtors (NAR por sus siglas en inglés) Freddie Mac y la Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios (MBA por sus siglas en inglés) para la industria de la vivienda en el futuro. Esto es lo que encontramos:

Graph 12214SP

Todas las tres entidades ven el número de las ventas aumentando en 2015 y 2016. Esto es una prueba más que el mercado de bienes raíces está de vuelta.[:]

[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner[:es]El mercado de bienes raíces ha dado vuelta a la esquina[:]



[:en] As we finish 2014, it appears the real estate market is once again on solid footing and ready to advance forward over the next few years. The strength of the market can be viewed using two metrics: projected home values and projected house sales. We recently reported that the Home Price Expectation Survey revealed ...

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[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner[:es]El mercado de bienes raíces ha dado vuelta a la esquina[:]



[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner | Simplifying The Market

As we finish 2014, it appears the real estate market is once again on solid footing and ready to advance forward over the next few years. The strength of the market can be viewed using two metrics: projected home values and projected house sales.

We recently reported that the Home Price Expectation Survey revealed future home values will continue to appreciate nicely. Today we want to look at projections on the number of home sales (existing and new construction) we will see over the next two years. We researched what the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Freddie Mac and the Mortgage Bankers’ Association (MBA) are projecting for the housing industry going forward.

Here is what we found:

The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner | Simplifying The Market

All three entities see the number of home sales increasing in both 2015 and 2016. This is further proof the housing market is back.[:es]The Real Estate Martket Has Turned The Corner | Keeping Current Matters

A medida que terminamos 2014, parece que el mercado de bienes raíces esta nuevamente en tierra firme y listo para avanzar en los próximos años. La fuerza del mercado puede ser vista usando dos métricas: la proyección del valor de las casas y la proyección de las ventas de las casas.

Recientemente informamos que la Encuesta de la Expectativa de los Precios de las Casas revelo que el valor futuro de las casas va a continuar apreciando de buena forma. Hoy queremos mirar las proyecciones en el número de ventas de las casas (existentes y construcciones nuevas) que vamos a ver durante los próximos dos años. Investigamos cuales son las proyecciones de la Asociación Nacional de Realtors (NAR por sus siglas en inglés) Freddie Mac y la Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios (MBA por sus siglas en inglés) para la industria de la vivienda en el futuro. Esto es lo que encontramos:

Graph 12214SP

Todas las tres entidades ven el número de las ventas aumentando en 2015 y 2016. Esto es una prueba más que el mercado de bienes raíces está de vuelta.[:]

[:en]The Real Estate Market Has Turned The Corner[:es]El mercado de bienes raíces ha dado vuelta a la esquina[:]



[:en] As we finish 2014, it appears the real estate market is once again on solid footing and ready to advance forward over the next few years. The strength of the market can be viewed using two metrics: projected home values and projected house sales. We recently reported that the Home Price Expectation Survey revealed ...

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