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Housing is in Bloom

 

The nation’s housing sector is buzzing like bees in springtime. And indeed, housing has historically boosted the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and job creation, which are key stimulators and indicators of economic health.

When GDP is referenced in news media, it means the total goods and services produced by labor and property in the U.S. This figure is measured quarterly, and recent figures show that GDP increased impressively at 3.1 percent in the 1st quarter of 2013, up from 0.4 percent in the last quarter of 2012.

Sales of previously-owned houses increased three straight months in March, rising 0.4 percent to a 5 million annualized Sacramento housing growth/real estate news mortgage home making rate, its highest level since late 2009, then took a small dip in late April by 0.6 percent to 4.92 million units. During this time, new home sales maintained an upward climb by 1.5 percent within expectations to 416,000. Analysts say housing could provide tailwinds strong enough to realize the improvement to the labor market for which the folks at the Fed are hoping. The Fed (which sets the U.S. monetary policy by monitoring national employment, prices and interest rates) recently noted that inflation also remains in check.

Homebuilders across the nation have contributed to the increase in Housing Starts, up a whopping 47 percent over the same period last year. At their highest since June 2008, Housing Starts spiked by 7 percent this March to 1.036 million units on an annualized basis, well above the 930,000 expected, though they did decline in April. Gains in home prices and construction will put more Americans to work this year, and that’s good news overall for the health of the U.S. economy.

Sacramento housing increases mirror the national numbers. The only thing holding Sacramento housing sales from growing even more is housing inventory. Now may be a great time to look into the housing market in Sacramento and nearby Foothills. Contact Dan Parisi to find out about real estate or refinancing your current mortgage to a lower rate.

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If you know anyone who is looking to buy, sell or refinance a home, please forward their name and telephone number to Sacramento housing growth/real estate news mortgage home making us. We will happily provide the same high level of service that we have provided to you. The greatest compliment you could possibly give us is the referral of your friends and family.

 

Dan Parisi
Coffee Real Estate

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916 481 8106

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Sacramento, CA 95825
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