Housing Prices Climb; Market `Clearly Recovering`

JohnnyOxygen | Jan 29, 2013 09:10 AM ET Bwahahaha. Keep up the propaganda CNBC.

handballforlife | Jan 29, 2013 09:11 AM ET The crooks from the hedge funds are fighting each other for the homes....you clowns are living in a different world if you believe your own BS.....the banks have more homes underwater then Uncle Benny has hair on his face.....your a fool if your paying they already got paid for them with Bennie bucks.....fight them for you home because they can`t come up with the real documents that they sold multiply times to anyone and everyone to bring down the world economies

StormT | Jan 29, 2013 09:12 AM ET "Prices on a non-adjusted basis slipped 0.1 percent.".........Now THERE"S your headline!

StormT | Jan 29, 2013 09:13 AM ET "Prices on a non-adjusted basis slipped 0.1 percent."......Now there`s your headline!

tarandfeathers | Jan 29, 2013 09:18 AM ET Sure but I am still waiting for one you business experts to tell us uneducated folks what is going to happen to home prices once interest rates go 5 or 6% and the Fed stops printing?

Cooleridge | Jan 29, 2013 09:20 AM ET "Housing Prices Climb; Market `Clearly Recovering` "Housing is clearly recovering", David Blitzer, chairman of the index committee at S&P Dow Jones Indexes, said in a statement. Except the co-founder of the S&P/Case Shiller composite, Mr. Robert Shiller, wrote in this past Sunday`s NYT Business Section, page 1, "A New Housing Boom? Don`t Count On It" Read it before you invest/buy in the real estate market. Do CNBC writers (I won`t call them reporters anymore), read the NYT? Apparently not.

CaptAmerica1011 | Jan 29, 2013 09:23 AM ET hedge funds are Americas new landlords. their "buys" don`t represent the strength of "Joe sixpack". it`s nice to see some of the massivesupply being used. rather than being empty. does this translate ino more affodability or a firming investment for the average guy? I fear not. as a nation we went way overboard on housing and the bubble burst and tons of money wee lost by many. will the fools that got burned come back to the party if they keep reading articles like this about wonderful housing is? lets hope the lessons of greed and stupidity took hold

mommicked | Jan 29, 2013 09:25 AM ET No, "Clearly" your dollars are worth less. So simple a caveman could figure it out.

We.are.being.played | Jan 29, 2013 09:31 AM ET According to Bloomberg interview with Robert Shiller: "housing stays right where it is now," Maybe, just maybe, the Wall Street hedgies are exerting too much influence over CNBC.

Yakov72 | Jan 29, 2013 09:46 AM ET Just yesterday we we told not to take a slip in pending homes into account. Because it happend due to the short supply. Now, isn`t it obvious for everyone that short supply would mean higher prices? Yet, I don`t see a note saying "don`t mind this raise". Actually, there were opposite statements.






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