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New index reports housing market is healthiest in years

Apr 02, 2015
According to a recently-released forward-looking housing index by Nationwide, the U.S. housing market is at its healthiest level since 2001. The index’s current leading indicator score for the fourth quarter of 2014 was 109.8, the highest level in the 15 years of data already examined by the study’s authors. A reading of more than 100 suggests the national housing market is healthy and shows few signs of a housing downturn over the next year. 
 
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New York State home sales fall short of record 3Q high

There were 38,445 homes sold across New York State during the 2017 third quarter, a 3.1-percent decline from the 2016 third quarter’s record total. The 2017 third quarter sales total is the second best on record for the period. The median sales price growth trend continued in the third quarter, posting a 5-percent increase to $261,500. Click here to read more.

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