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Presentation to the National Association of Real Estate Brokers Annual Conference

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  • 1. The Current Status and Outlook for the U.S. Economy, Housing and Mortgage Markets Specially Prepared for: The 61 st Annual NAREB Convention Memphis, TN Presented by: LaVaughn M. Henry, Ph.D. Director, U.S. Economic Analysis Economics & Strategy Group August 9, 2008
  • 2. Presentation Outline
    • The National Economy
      • Economic Growth or Recession?
      • U.S. Labor Market
      • Inflation
      • Role of the Consumer
      • Financial Market Stability and Liquidity
    • The Regional Housing Markets
      • Outlook for House Price Appreciation by Metro Area
      • Seven Signs of a Stabilizing Housing Market
    • The State of African-American Homeownership
      • Trends in Homeownership Rates
      • The Subprime Mortgage Crisis
      • Affordability: The Basis for Sustained Recovery
  • 3. The National Economy
  • 4. GDP Growth is Positive, but Weak
  • 5. Employment Growth is Under Growing Pressure, but Strong by Historical Standards
  • 6. Consumer Inflation is Rising and the Outlook Remains Uncertain
  • 7. Consumer Inflation is Being Driven by Continuing Increases in Food and Energy Prices
  • 8. Consumer Confidence has fallen, but Spending has not fallen dramatically…Yet
  • 9. As Real Estate Loan Delinquencies and Charge-offs have Risen…
  • 10. Growth in Bank Credit has Gone to Zero.
  • 11. Regional Housing Markets
  • 12. The PMI U.S. Market Risk Index
    • Proprietary econometric model developed by The PMI Group, Inc. that estimates the probability that prices will fall in each of the nation’s 381 MSAs by the end of the next two years.
    • Based on OFHEO’s quarterly house price index for conventional, conforming loans.
    • Considers factors including price movement, housing affordability, local employment conditions, housing supply and foreclosures.
    • Utilizes more than 25,000+ observations of MSAs and quarterly combinations
    • All of the Model’s Primary Econometric Determinants are Statistically Significant at the 99% level or greater
  • 13. Actual Decline Percent vs. Predicted Percent 4 th Qtr 1986 to 3 rd Qtr 2005 Risk Rank 5 Risk Rank 4 Risk Rank 3 Risk Rank 2 Risk Rank 1
  • 14. Geographic Distribution of House Price Risk 1 st Quarter 2008 - 1 st Qtr 2010
  • 15. Selected Indicators of the Current Status and Outlook for the Housing Market
    • Declining Excess Housing Supply
    • Improving Housing Affordability
    • Declining Price/Rent Ratios
    • Flattening Home Sales
    • Decelerating House Price Depreciation
    • Slowing Growth in Unemployment Rates
    • Declining Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates
  • 16. Four Characteristic MSAs Chicago Miami Washington, DC Dallas
  • 17.  
  • 18. Excess Housing Supply is Falling Source: Census Bureau / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 19. MSA Comparisons of Excess Housing Supply Source: Census Bureau / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 20.  
  • 21. Housing Affordability is Rising Source: Census Bureau / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 22. MSA Comparisons of Housing Affordability Source: Census Bureau / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 23.  
  • 24. House Price/Rent Ratios are Coming back into line with Historical Standards Source: National Association of Realtors / HUD / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 25. MSA Comparison of Housing Price-to-Rent Ratios Source: National Association of Realtors / HUD / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 26.  
  • 27. Existing Home Sales are Flattening Out, but at Significantly Lower Levels Source: National Association of Realtors / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 28. MSA Comparison of Existing Single Family Home Sales Source: National Association of Realtors / Moody’s Economy.com
  • 29.  
  • 30. House Prices are still Declining in General, but the Rate of Decline is Slowing in Many Areas Source: Loan Performance Corporation
  • 31. MSA Comparison of House Price Appreciation Source: Loan Performance Corporation
  • 32.  
  • 33. Unemployment is Rising in Many Sectors of the Economy Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 34. MSA Comparison of Civilian Unemployment Rates Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 35.  
  • 36. Foreclosures are Rising at Record Rates Source: Mortgage Bankers Association
  • 37. The State of the African-American Housing Market
  • 38. Homeownership Rates have Remained Fairly Steady for All Ethnic Groups…Despite
  • 39. … The Growth in Subprime Lending. Percent of Conventional Mortgage Loans by Subprime Lenders By Race and Ethnic Group, 2005
  • 40. And in Conclusion…
    • The General Economy is in a State of Slow Growth with Rising Inflation and Unemployment
    • Many MSAs are Starting to Show Signs of Stabilization in Price and Sales
    • African-American Homeownership is Down Slightly, but Not Out
    • Strong and Growing Affordability Will be the Savior of the Current Downturn Leading to Long-Term Sustainability