Housing: For Sale and For Rent

March 1st, 2014
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Chart of the Week

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In the U.S. homes for sale have flat-lined at about 2% of total housing units since 2008, rising slightly above 2% 2008-2010 and then declining gradually 2010 into the end on 2013 to slighlty below 2%. Over the same 5+ years rental properties available have risen by approximately a factor of three, from around 0.1% in early 2010 to nearly 0.3% in 2013. But the numbers vary depend on location and three specific metro markets are discussed in the Chart of the Week video.

This and other graphs discussed in video after Read more >> jump.housing-for-sale-vs-rent-us-john-o'donnell

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