Mark Zandi

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Zandi: Jobs "Traction" Zandi: Jobs "Traction"

New York Times staffer Dionne Searcey's account of Friday's employment report from the Labor Department--highlighted by 209,000 jobs created in July, and an unemployment rate inched up to 6.2%--features comments from Mark Zandi, who noted that jobs and income gains were widely dispersed. More

ADP: 218,000 Jobs Added in July; 12,000 in Construction
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New-Home Market Healthier, But Years from Full Recovery

NAHB economists report a bright outlook for housing, while warning of several possible headwinds on the horizon. More

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Forecasters Push Housing Market's Recovery to 2013 Forecasters Push Housing Market's Recovery to 2013

But economists and analysts cite many factors that could impede growth. More

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Debt-Ridden Nation Takes a More Skeptical Look at Its Investment in Promoting Homeownership Debt-Ridden Nation Takes a More Skeptical Look at Its Investment in Promoting Homeownership

The threats to their industry that builders see are real, but their follow-through is uncertain. More

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Economists Trim 2011 Housing Forecasts, Call for Recovery in 2012

Weak economic growth and a double-dip in prices have prompted revisions to predictions that previously had hope for recovery late this year. More

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Zandi's Housing Forecast Still Brighter Than His Peers'

This week he told a gathering of builders in Chicago that barriers to home purchases are abating. More

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Foreclosures Drop, but a Shadow Still Looms

While delays continue to allow foreclosure numbers to drop, 3.7 million homes with delinquent mortgages are waiting in the wings. More

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NAHB's Spring Forecast Analyzes an Elusive Recovery

Analysts see pent-up demand in low household formation rates, which are expected to pick up dramatically as jobs materialize. More

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Questions Still Loom for Future of Mortgage Finance

The administration's plan for reform was due out last month but has not materialized, leaving unanswered questions about the future of Fannie and Freddie. More

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