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Recession

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Recession, from most recent to least.

New Single-Family Homes May Be Shrinking

New Single-Family Homes May Be Shrinking

Nena Perry-Brown | February 26th 2020

A new report shows how median square footage is decreasing for new single-family homes. ... read »

How the DC Housing Market Changed Since the Great Recession

How the DC Housing Market Changed Since the Great Recession

Nena Perry-Brown | September 14th 2018

Since August 2009, home prices in DC have risen by 50 percent while supply has dropped by half. ... read »

Brookings: DC Still Rising

Brookings: DC Still Rising

Shilpi Paul | June 27th 2012

The latest Metro Monitor from the Brookings Institution reveals that the nation is slowly on its way to a tentative recovery, with some cities... read »

How Well Has DC Recovered Since the Crash?

How Well Has DC Recovered Since the Crash?

Shilpi Paul | March 29th 2012 | 1 Comment

A new report from The Brookings Institution analyzes which U.S. cities are faring the best since the economic crash. ... read »

Economist: Low Rental Vacancy Could Help the Economy

Economist: Low Rental Vacancy Could Help the Economy

Shilpi Paul | January 10th 2012 | 1 Comment

Apartment vacancy is low all over the place, and according to one economist, this may be a good thing. ... read »

The Atlantic: How the Recession Changed Us

The Atlantic: How the Recession Changed Us

UrbanTurf Staff | January 11th 2011

In what is perhaps the coolest collection of statistical graphics we have seen in the past 12 months, The Atlantic has an "infographic" in its latest... read »

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