What's Next? Factors Determining the Housing Recovery's Pace
Annual Report, 2013, 33-44
The current balance between the number of owner-occupied homes and rental units demanded, along with existing housing supply, favors a continued recovery in house prices and construction even after temporary delays attributable to severe winter weather in 2013–14. Still, the future pace of the housing recovery will reflect important supply and demand influences—the impact of new homes on supply, market developments affecting housing prices and the alternative costs of renting.
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