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The U.S. Housing Market’s Road to Recovery: Slower Speed Limits and Stricter Enforcement

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Thu, 18 Apr 2013

​Despite state-by-state differences, we believe the U.S. housing market is showing clear signs of a gradual and broadening recovery. We look for housing to appreciate 8%-12% over the next two years. Both agency and non-agency mortgage markets offer potential opportunities to generate excess returns

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