US Housing Prices, Nominal and Real (1890-2010)

In: History Housing US Economy

25 Mar 2011

Housing prices trends don’t look the same if you adjust for inflation.

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On a side note, the designer of the above, Catherine Mulbrandon over at Visualizing Economics, has a kickstarter campaign to fund production of a new publication on US Income. She does great work and I recommend you donate, if so inclined.

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