Home Sales Highest Since 2006; Upbeat Forecast For 2021; How Long Can Good Times Last?

Existing home sales resumed an upward trajectory in December. After drifting lower by 2.5 percent in November, breaking a five-month streak of gains , the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) said sales in the last month of the year rose 0.7 percent. Sales of single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops, were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 6.76 million during the month, compared to 6.69 million units in November. This represented a 22.2 percent increase over the 5.53 million unit rate a year earlier. The numbers were above the 6.40 million to 6.62 million range of forecasts by analysts polled by Econoday. Their consensus was for an annual rate of 6.55 million units. Single-family home sales were also 0.7 percent higher than the previous month at an annual rate of
Home Sales Highest Since 2006; Upbeat Forecast For 2021; How Long Can Good Times Last?
Home Sales Highest Since 2006; Upbeat Forecast For 2021; How Long Can Good Times Last?

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