[:en]Housing Market is Healthiest in Years![:es]¡El mercado de la vivienda esta lo más saludable en años![:]

[:en]According to Nationwide’s recently unveiled, Health of Housing Market (HoHM) Report, the US housing market is at it’s healthiest levels since the index’s creation in 2001.

The index analyzes the health of the housing market across the country and in 373 metro areas every quarter. Using the data that they have collected over the past 15 years, Nationwide will look to give a “data-driven view of the near-term performance of housing markets based upon current health indicators.”

The fourth quarter of 2014 ended with the highest indicator score in over 15 years of data analyzed by the study at 109.8. The report explains:

“An index value over 100 suggests that the national housing market is healthy, with lower chances of a housing downturn over the next year as the index moves increasingly above the 100 breakeven value.”

Employment, demographics, the mortgage market, and housing prices are all used to evaluate the health of each market. The top 10 healthiest housing markets according to the index are:

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Cleveland-Elyria, OH
  3. Philadelphia, PA
  4. Rockford, Ill.
  5. Burlington, NC
  6. Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA
  7. Fayetteville-Springdale, AR
  8. Idaho Falls, ID
  9. Tulsa, OK
  10. Kennewick-Richland, WA

The two ‘least healthy’ markets were Bismark, ND and Atlantic City, NJ who received “just slightly negative performance rankings”.

David Berson, Nationwide’s Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, says “the quarterly report should serve as a resource to gauge how healthy housing markets are today but, perhaps more important, what to expect in the future and why.”

Bottom Line

The housing market continues to recover and surpass recent history. Meet with an agent in your local market to determine if you are able to take advantage of the opportunities available in real estate today.[:es]

Housing Market is Healthiest in Years! | Keeping Current Matters

Según Nationwide quien recientemente reveló su informe Health of Housing Market ((HoHM) – La salud del mercado de la vivienda) El mercado de la vivienda en Estados Unidos está al nivel más saludable desde la creación del índice en el 2001.

El índice analiza la salud del mercado de la vivienda en todo el país y en 373 áreas metropolitanas cada trimestre. Usando los datos que ellos han recogido durante los últimos 15 años, Nationwide va a buscar el dar “un enfoque centrado en la información del desempeño a corto plazo de los mercados de la vivienda basado en los indicadores de la salud actual”.

El cuarto trimestre de 2014 termino con el puntaje más alto del indicador en más de 15 años de datos analizados por el estudio en 109.8. El informe explica:

“un valor del índice sobre 100 sugiere que el mercado nacional de la vivienda es saludable, con menores posibilidades de una recesión en la vivienda durante el próximo año a medida que el índice se mueve por encima del valor del equilibrio de 100”.

Empleo, demografía, el mercado hipotecario, y los precios de las casas, todos se utilizan para evaluar la salud de cada mercado. Los 10 mercados de la vivienda más saludables según el índice son:

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Cleveland-Elyria, OH
  3. Philadelphia, PA
  4. Rockford, Ill.
  5. Burlington, NC
  6. Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA
  7. Fayetteville-Springdale, AK-MO
  8. Idaho Falls, ID
  9. Tulsa, OK
  10. Kennewick-Richland, WA

Los dos mercados ‘menos saludables fueron Bismark, ND y Atlantic City, NJ que recibieron una “clasificación de rendimiento ligeramente negativo”.

David Berson, Economista Principal de Nationwide y Primer Vice Presidente dice: “El informe trimestral debe servir como un recurso para medir que tan saludable los mercados de la vivienda están hoy pero, quizás lo más importante, es que esperar en el futuro y porque”.

En conclusión

El mercado de la vivienda continúa recuperándose y sopera la historia reciente. Reúnase con un agente en su mercado local para determinar si usted está en capacidad de tomar ventaja de las oportunidades disponibles en bienes raíces hoy.

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[:en]Housing Market is Healthiest in Years![:es]¡El mercado de la vivienda esta lo más saludable en años![:]



[:en]According to Nationwide’s recently unveiled, Health of Housing Market (HoHM) Report, the US housing market is at it’s healthiest levels since the index’s creation in 2001. The index analyzes the health of the housing market across the country and in 373 metro areas every quarter. Using the data that they have collected over the past ...

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[:en]Housing Market is Healthiest in Years![:es]¡El mercado de la vivienda esta lo más saludable en años![:]



[:en]According to Nationwide’s recently unveiled, Health of Housing Market (HoHM) Report, the US housing market is at it’s healthiest levels since the index’s creation in 2001.

The index analyzes the health of the housing market across the country and in 373 metro areas every quarter. Using the data that they have collected over the past 15 years, Nationwide will look to give a “data-driven view of the near-term performance of housing markets based upon current health indicators.”

The fourth quarter of 2014 ended with the highest indicator score in over 15 years of data analyzed by the study at 109.8. The report explains:

“An index value over 100 suggests that the national housing market is healthy, with lower chances of a housing downturn over the next year as the index moves increasingly above the 100 breakeven value.”

Employment, demographics, the mortgage market, and housing prices are all used to evaluate the health of each market. The top 10 healthiest housing markets according to the index are:

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Cleveland-Elyria, OH
  3. Philadelphia, PA
  4. Rockford, Ill.
  5. Burlington, NC
  6. Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA
  7. Fayetteville-Springdale, AR
  8. Idaho Falls, ID
  9. Tulsa, OK
  10. Kennewick-Richland, WA

The two ‘least healthy’ markets were Bismark, ND and Atlantic City, NJ who received “just slightly negative performance rankings”.

David Berson, Nationwide’s Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, says “the quarterly report should serve as a resource to gauge how healthy housing markets are today but, perhaps more important, what to expect in the future and why.”

Bottom Line

The housing market continues to recover and surpass recent history. Meet with an agent in your local market to determine if you are able to take advantage of the opportunities available in real estate today.[:es]

Housing Market is Healthiest in Years! | Keeping Current Matters

Según Nationwide quien recientemente reveló su informe Health of Housing Market ((HoHM) – La salud del mercado de la vivienda) El mercado de la vivienda en Estados Unidos está al nivel más saludable desde la creación del índice en el 2001.

El índice analiza la salud del mercado de la vivienda en todo el país y en 373 áreas metropolitanas cada trimestre. Usando los datos que ellos han recogido durante los últimos 15 años, Nationwide va a buscar el dar “un enfoque centrado en la información del desempeño a corto plazo de los mercados de la vivienda basado en los indicadores de la salud actual”.

El cuarto trimestre de 2014 termino con el puntaje más alto del indicador en más de 15 años de datos analizados por el estudio en 109.8. El informe explica:

“un valor del índice sobre 100 sugiere que el mercado nacional de la vivienda es saludable, con menores posibilidades de una recesión en la vivienda durante el próximo año a medida que el índice se mueve por encima del valor del equilibrio de 100”.

Empleo, demografía, el mercado hipotecario, y los precios de las casas, todos se utilizan para evaluar la salud de cada mercado. Los 10 mercados de la vivienda más saludables según el índice son:

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Cleveland-Elyria, OH
  3. Philadelphia, PA
  4. Rockford, Ill.
  5. Burlington, NC
  6. Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA
  7. Fayetteville-Springdale, AK-MO
  8. Idaho Falls, ID
  9. Tulsa, OK
  10. Kennewick-Richland, WA

Los dos mercados ‘menos saludables fueron Bismark, ND y Atlantic City, NJ que recibieron una “clasificación de rendimiento ligeramente negativo”.

David Berson, Economista Principal de Nationwide y Primer Vice Presidente dice: “El informe trimestral debe servir como un recurso para medir que tan saludable los mercados de la vivienda están hoy pero, quizás lo más importante, es que esperar en el futuro y porque”.

En conclusión

El mercado de la vivienda continúa recuperándose y sopera la historia reciente. Reúnase con un agente en su mercado local para determinar si usted está en capacidad de tomar ventaja de las oportunidades disponibles en bienes raíces hoy.

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[:en]Housing Market is Healthiest in Years![:es]¡El mercado de la vivienda esta lo más saludable en años![:]



[:en]According to Nationwide’s recently unveiled, Health of Housing Market (HoHM) Report, the US housing market is at it’s healthiest levels since the index’s creation in 2001. The index analyzes the health of the housing market across the country and in 373 metro areas every quarter. Using the data that they have collected over the past ...

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