Housing Long-Term Outlook Is `Fuzzy,’ Shiller Says

Robert Shiller, a professor at Yale University and co-creator of the S&P/Case-Shiller index of property values, talks about the outlook for the U.S. housing market. He speaks with Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.”


Source: Bloomberg, Dec. 27 2012

Shiller: Why I’m Doubting the Housing Recovery

Source: CNBC, Tue 27 Nov 12 | 01:10 PM ET

Category: Real Estate, Video

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One Response to “Shiller Remains Cautious on Housing”

  1. Shiller calls the outlook fuzzy ‘cuz he is stuck with his Aug/2012 forecast that national existing home prices will not see new highs for maybe four decades. Conversely, the Realty Bubbles Monitor projects new highs in 2021 and a New Homes annual high this year.

    RBM chart: http://trendlines.ca/free/economics/RealtyBubbleMonitor/RealtyBubbleMonitor.htm