Housing Trends Update—February 2013

Housing prices for new single-family homes are showing signs of recovery, surpassing their prerecession high. Existing single-family homes decrease for the second consecutive month, but the decline is marginal, and condo sales are on the rise. This according to the February release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. Each month, the Terwilliger Center highlights selected data housing trends from the Barometer. Here’s what caught our eye in the February release:…
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Housing Trends Update—January 2013

After several months of positive gains, the price of existing single-family homes shifted slightly downward, , while prices for new single-family homes continue to rise, this according to the January release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. …
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Housing Trends Update—December 2012

The housing market continues on its road to recovery, as prices of existing single-family homes continue to rise and housing starts for single-family and multifamily homes are at four-year highs, this according to the December release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. …
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Resources Available: ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing’s October Roundtable Luncheon

Over 100 ULI Fall Meeting attendees participated in a roundtable discussion luncheon hosted by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing. The luncheon, held October 18, 2012 in Denver, CO, featured opening remarks from the Center’s executive director Lynn Ross and 10 facilitated discussions at tables hosted by a mix of ULI staff and partner organizations. …
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Housing Trends Update—November 2012

Housing prices for existing single-family homes continue to rise, but the growth has progressively slowed since early summer, this according to the November release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. Each month, the Terwilliger Center highlights selected data housing trends from the Barometer….
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2012 Jack Kemp Award Winner Featured on Urban Land Online

Check out this great Urban Land Online article featuring one of the Terwilliger Center for Housing’s 2012 Jack Kemp Housing Models of Excellence Award winners–an award that recognizes exemplary development that meet workforce housing needs in the local community. To learn more about the Jack Kemp Awards and to view this year’s winners and finalists, please click here. …
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Terwilliger Center Participates in NAR Housing Forum

Housing leaders from across the nation, came together to share ideas on creating, sustaining and advancing workforce housing at the Bringing Workers Home forum in Chicago on October 10-11, 2012. The forum—hosted by the National Association of REALTORS® —focused on the importance of workforce housing in today’s market as well as future markets, identified workforce housing challenges in communities, and highlighted strategies and best practices to address these challenges. The forum featured an outstanding line-up of nationally recognized housing experts including the Terwilliger Center’s own senior fellow, John McIlwain, and housing research director, Sandra Robles….
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2012 Robert C. Larson Award Winners

Each year, the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing highlights the efforts of leaders across the country working to expand housing opportunity. The Robert C. Larson Workforce Housing Public Policy Award recognizes innovative state and local policy initiatives that provide ongoing and sustainable support for workforce housing. …
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Residential Futures: Thought-Provoking Ideas on What’s Next for Master-Planned Communities

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After the housing bubble burst in 2008, many communities were hit hard by foreclosures, creating widespread homeownership losses for communities across the country. As the economy continues to recover and markets begin to stabilize, but one thing is certain: the “old” normal will not return because consumer preferences are changing. …
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