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Housing Recovery

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Historic Bust May Lead to Bargains

Be it ever so humble—well, they’ve never been quite this humble. Home prices have dropped about 30% from their 2006 peak.[1] Massive existing supply, a huge inventory of foreclosed homes ready to come to market, stubborn high unemployment, rising food and gas prices, and the challenge of qualifying for a mortgage, have shaken consumer confidence and slowed any sustained turnaround. But as the economy recovers, bargain prices and record-low interest rates can tempt consumers back into the market and help home prices begin to recover. This could benefit housing stocks, many of which are still down as much as 40% from their pre-crisis highs.[2] See more
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Housing Recovery Benchmark
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Weight Segment & Stocks Symbol 1 MO / 1 YR Return
70.2% Homebuilders 3.0%
20.1% NVR Inc. NVR 25.7%
13.1% D.R. Horton Inc. DHI 13.2%
12.9% PulteGroup Inc. PHM 5.0%
8.9% M.D.C. Holdings Inc. MDC 17.6%
6.4% Toll Brothers Inc. TOL 27.8%
5.6% CalAtlantic Group Inc. CAA --
1.1% Taylor Morrison Home Corporation Class A TMHC 26.6%
1.0% Meritage Homes Corporation MTH 21.2%
1.0% M/I Homes Inc. MHO 27.8%
11.2% Mortgage and Title Insurance 16.2%
5.6% Stewart Information Services Corporation STC 7.0%
2.7% Radian Group Inc. RDN 42.1%
1.8% NMI Holdings Inc NMIH 31.0%
1.2% MGIC Investment Corporation MTG 44.1%
10.3% Real Estate Brokerage Services 17.8%
6.6% Realogy Holdings Corp. RLGY 35.5%
3.7% Wayfair Inc. Class A W 14.4%
4.9% Building Products 13.5%
3.9% Continental Building Products Inc CBPX 6.3%
1.0% Boise Cascade L.L.C. BCC 41.3%
3.4% Mortgage Service Providers 50.6%
1.6% Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. NSM 34.8%
1.0% PHH Corp PHH 46.6%
0.9% Ocwen Financial Corporation NEW OCN 83.8%

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