Job growth in January started off the year modestly. While wage growth continues to be strong, the gains continued to be outpaced by price and rent growth. Employment in residential construction continues to show strong growth.
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Pending home sales increased slightly in December, suggesting that the big jump in existing sales was likely a result of new mortgage rules. Also, Census data shows Gen X is back in the housing market.
2015 was the best year for new home sales since 2008 and up 14.5% from 2014, but still well below historical sales. New home sales charge ahead in the West and South, but lag for entry-level homes.
The S&P/Case-Shiller National Home Price Index suggests the U.S housing market may be entering yet another expansionary period headed into 2016. Coastal markets in the West and South led the charge.
December existing home sales rebound strongly from a disappointing November, suggesting "Know Before You Owe" disclosures played a role. 2015 was the best year for existing home sales in 10 years.
December's lower-than-expected numbers aren't enough to diminish the bigger trend, that is: last year's housing starts were the strongest in nearly a decade.
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