Wall Street Journal: Housing Recovery Picks Up Steam

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Yesterday, we ran a post quoting major housing experts on the increasing strength of the U.S. housing market. We were pleasantly surprised that, on the same day, the Wall Street Journal decided to run a front page story titled, “Housing Recovery Picks Up Steam” (article available to WSJ subscribers).

昨天我們分享了許多房地產專家對於美國房地產市場實力不斷增強的見解文章,我們驚喜的發現華爾街日報昨天也同時發表了題為“房地產市場復甦更加快速”的頭版報導。

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The first paragraph of the article says it best:
報導的第一段寫得最好:

“Home prices are back to near-record highs across the U.S. amid rising demand and supply constraints, a sign that the lopsided housing-market recovery of the past five years is gaining some strength.” 

“房地產需求的上升和供應的限制,讓房屋價格又回到接近全美國歷史最高點,這是過去五年的不平衡房地產市場復甦正在獲得力量的象徵。”

What about the struggles in the economy?
那麼目前經濟的掙扎呢?

Some openly question how the real estate market can be gaining ground if the overall economy is still struggling. According to the WSJ, it is:

有些人會質疑如果整體經濟仍在掙扎,房地產市場如何才能抬頭,根據華爾街日報報導:

“Despite the unbalanced recovery, Federal Reserve officials have seen housing as a bright spot for the U.S. economy in recent years. Residential construction has contributed to overall economic output for eight straight quarters, expanding at a 17% annual rate in a first quarter marked by slow growth in other sectors.”

“儘管不平衡的復甦,美聯儲官員已經看到房地產為美國經濟近年來的一個亮點,住宅建築業已為整體經濟產出貢獻了連續八個季度,在第一季即已每年17%的速度增長,遠超過其他行業的增長速度。“

Bottom Line
結論

The housing market is gaining strength and all indicators point to an even stronger real estate market moving forward.

房地產市場正在持續發展上升,所有的指標皆指向一個更強壯的房地產市場發展。

 

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