Corelogic’s 2015 Housing Outlook

Corelogic’s 2015 Housing Outlook

For 2015, Corelogic sees the lower-end / first-time homebuyer market taking primacy over the higher-end price category as employment growth strengthens, particularly among the first-time homebuyer age group. As a result, according to Corelogic, there should be strong increases in both home sales and housing starts though price appreciation should moderate.

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