Status of Recovery?

Status of Recovery?

In this snapshot of where we are on the road towards a “normalized” housing market, Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko examines five key factors that impact the market. Bottom line – the absence of the first-time buyer, due to low employment rates among the 25 – 34 year-old demographic, continues to hold back the robustness of the recovery.

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