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How We Track This Uneven Recovery Since February 2012, Trulia’s Housing Barometer has charted how quickly the housing market is returning to “normal” based on several indicators. The recovery is uneven and some housing activities read more …

Three out of five Housing Barometer measures are getting close to normal. But the two measures that hitch housing to the broader economy are still struggling, so the job market and housing market aren’t helping read more …

How We Track This Uneven Recovery Since February 2012, Trulia’s Housing Barometer has charted how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal” based on multiple indicators. Because the recovery is uneven, with some read more …

How We Track This Uneven Recovery Since February 2012, Trulia’s Housing Barometer has charted how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal” based on multiple indicators. Because the recovery is uneven, with some read more …

Tracking This Uneven Recovery Since February 2012, Trulia’s Housing Barometer has charted how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal” based on three indicators: construction starts (Census), existing home sales (NAR), and the read more …

Since February 2012, Trulia’s Housing Barometer has charted how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal.”  We summarize three key housing market indicators: construction starts (Census), existing home sales (NAR), and the delinquency-plus-foreclosure read more …

Each month, Trulia’s Housing Barometer charts how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal.”  We summarize three key housing market indicators: construction starts (Census), existing-home sales (NAR) and the delinquency-plus-foreclosure rate (LPS First read more …

Each month Trulia’s Housing Barometer charts how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal.”  We summarize three key housing market indicators: construction starts (Census), existing-home sales (NAR) and the delinquency-plus-foreclosure rate (LPS First read more …

Each month Trulia’s Housing Barometer charts how quickly the housing market is moving back to “normal.” We summarize three key housing market indicators: new construction starts (Census), existing-home sales (NAR) and the delinquency-plus-foreclosure rate (LPS read more …