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Real Estate Newsletter Articles this Week

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At the Calculated Risk Real Estate Newsletter this week: • Will 4% Mortgage Rates "Halt the Housing Market"? Some comments on an interview with Ivy Zelman• 4th Look at Local Housing Markets in September Adding Austin, California, Des Moines, Houston and Maryland• Most Housing Units Under Construction Since 1974 Housing Starts Decreased to 1.555 Million Annual Rate in September• 'Some prospective buyers took a break' Existing Home Sales forecast, and adding Boston, Indiana, Rhode Island, and Washington D.C. September Data• Existing-Home Sales Increased to 6.29 million in September• The Coming Deceleration in House Price Growth Still, the August Case-Shiller National Index will be up about 20% YoYThis will usually be published several times a week, and will provide more in-depth analysis

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At the Calculated Risk Real Estate Newsletter this week:

Will 4% Mortgage Rates "Halt the Housing Market"? Some comments on an interview with Ivy Zelman

4th Look at Local Housing Markets in September Adding Austin, California, Des Moines, Houston and Maryland

Most Housing Units Under Construction Since 1974 Housing Starts Decreased to 1.555 Million Annual Rate in September

'Some prospective buyers took a break' Existing Home Sales forecast, and adding Boston, Indiana, Rhode Island, and Washington D.C. September Data

Existing-Home Sales Increased to 6.29 million in September

The Coming Deceleration in House Price Growth Still, the August Case-Shiller National Index will be up about 20% YoY

This will usually be published several times a week, and will provide more in-depth analysis of the housing market.

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