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House Prices Likely to Fall Further, Analysts Say

Goldman Sachs looks back at 147 markets over 35 years to predict a still-shaky future. More

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Home Price Indices Gave Mixed Signals in Third Quarter

While S&P reported home price declines, FHFA saw numbers trending up. Both could agree, however, that annual numbers are down. More

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Four Builders Are Staying Ahead of Housing Recession

They're selling homes and making money in markets that have yet to recover. More

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Home Prices Falling, Indices Report

Both the S&P/Case-Shiller and FHFA indices had bad news in their August data, and trends don't offer much hope for the near future. More

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Metro Home Prices Improved in July on Seasonal Lift

Detroit made a surprise dash to the front, reporting a higher yearly price improvement than Washington, D.C. More

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Negative Equity Loans Denting Sales, CoreLogic Says

Most underwater borrowers are stuck in high-rate loans. More

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Feds Seek Investors Willing to Convert Foreclosures to Rental Properties

The Obama Administration wants to remove $30 billion in distressed assets from government-sponsored entities’ books. More

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Home Prices Get Small Boost, According to FHFA

As of April, the country has seen a year-over-year drop of 5.7% in home prices, the agency reports. More

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S&P Index Hits New Recession Low as Distressed Properties Hurt Confidence

According to economist David Goldberg, when distressed properties aren't included, home prices show gains. More

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Foreclosures Continue to Take Toll on Pricing

Bills have been introduced in the Senate advocating to remove some of banks’ financial incentives to foreclose rather than modify. More

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