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Case-Shiller Home Price Index Hits All-time High! (Despite Record Low Wage Recovery After A Recession)

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What an incredible “recovery” from The Great Recession!

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The Case-Shiller 20 Metro home price index hit an all-time high!


Despite home price growth YoY of 5.10% being over 2x average hourly earnings growth for production and non-supervisory workers of 2.40%.


The WORST wage recovery from a recession since 1965.


The big loser? The Big Apple!!


Seattle is the biggest winner, followed by Portland.

Foreign investors and super low interest rates make for unaffordable housing for 82% of the population.


But the cheap money does make a nice gift for current homeowners!!!





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