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For most of American history, most people rented their homes. Prior to WWII, most Americans rented. "The American dream of homeownership" occurred during the post-war economic boom when Americans had the money to take advantage of the Federal Home Loan Bank system (subsequently wrecked in 2005-2007). So as long as unemployment and underemployment are high, there can be no housing recovery right? Unless residential real estate is appreciating in value, people will not buy right? Sure the stock market is doing good, but it looks to me like a "jobless recovery". Without a well employed workforce, there does not seem to be confidence that it is a good investment to buy a home in the overbuilt states of CA, AZ, NV, FL, and Dublin (one fifth of the pop. of the USA). So .... where are all the new jobs going to come from? (I accept that this question might be answered by 2020) Do you agree?
I agree with you about 99.9%. The appreciating value of of homes part is where I slightly differ and will throw in my 2 cents. Prices do need to appreciate, but NOT near what we saw during the past decade. Housing prices need to AT MOST appreciate with inflation. That is the historical average over the last 70 years. When prices appreciate above that, then you get into housing be unaffordable for the average family. In Dublin where I live, a decent house cost $500k, but the average family of four can only afford half of that. However, the one kink into that, is that wages for the last 20 years HAVE NOT kept up with inflation. We no longer enjoy the benefit of each year our payments hurt a little less due to salaries and inflation being in line with each other. Those states will be a renter's paradise, with the exception of CA. Dublin will be the exemption because even with the drop in prices, we are still too expensive. People will be renting, not because it is cheaper, but because housing is STILL too expensive for 90% of people wanting to buy a home for the first time.