Just one-third of U.S. homes have recovered to pre-recession levels

Just one-third of U.S. homes have recovered to pre-recession levels

It could be another eight years before all homes recover their value: Trulia

Most American homes are worth less now than they were before the recession, according to a report out Wednesday. 

Fresh data from real-estate website Trulia show that just 34.2% of homes have returned to the peak levels registered before the onset of the recession in 2008. What’s more, Trulia estimates it could take until 2025 for a true national recovery in home prices.

MBA - Americans Concerned Hot Housing Market Could Be Heading for Correction

MBA - Americans Concerned Hot Housing Market Could Be Heading for Correction

Americans have simmering concerns about overheated house prices and increasingly suspect that a housing price correction may be imminent, reported ValueInsured, Dallas.

"We see more homebuyers concerned with timing the market," said ValueInsured CEO Joe Melendez. "This is especially true for Millennials, who are more likely to switch jobs, relocate or need to upsize in the next few years. No one wants to buy at the peak and find themselves underwater as so many did a decade ago."

Consumer Affairs - Is the housing market at a tipping point?

Consumer Affairs - Is the housing market at a tipping point?

This supply and demand imbalance has sent home prices soaring. Prices are up so much in some markets that a new homebuyer survey by ValueInsured uncovered significant concerns among many buyers that the housing market is in for a price correction.

ATLANTA AGENT - Americans growing concerned about potential housing market correction, study finds

ATLANTA AGENT - Americans growing concerned about potential housing market correction, study finds

A nationwide increase in median home values coupled with low inventory indicates a stronger post-recession market. However, more Americans are becoming wary of this upward trajectory, according to ValueInsured’s recent Modern Homebuyer survey. In fact, a majority of participants believe the country is headed for another market correction.

The Seattle Times - Housing bubble fears stronger in Washington than in any other state

The Seattle Times - Housing bubble fears stronger in Washington than in any other state

A new survey found 71 percent of Washington adults think a housing bubble is coming. New York, Florida and California residents were the next most likely to fear a housing bubble.

HousingWire - Americans believe home price correction imminent

HousingWire - Americans believe home price correction imminent

Americans increasingly believe the housing market is overheating and home prices continue to rise, and said they suspect a housing price correction may be imminent, according to the latest Modern Homebuyer Survey from ValueInsured, a provider of down payment protection for homebuyers.