Freddie, Fannie back in black
On Wednesday, the Associated Press released the results of a wide-ranging study. They compared nine economic recoveries dating back to the end of World War II. Each recovery lasted at least three years.
The AP discovered the recent U.S. recession has been followed by the weakest economic recovery since the Great Depression. The housing market remains a big part of that equation.
Nationwide, it has been a generally positive month.
Ingrid Beckles, of The Beckles Collective, discussed new housing figures on Capital Insider.