In the aftermath of a fire in Harford, Maryland, in July 2016, an analysis of a computer database found that one in four of the city’s houses were vacant, with only 9 percent of the properties occupied.
That number has since dropped to 6 percent.
While the city has since repaired the damage, its housing market remains in the midst of a major correction.
According to the National Association of Realtors, the market is now at an all-time low for new housing construction, with home values falling by nearly $1 billion in the past year.
The reason for the slowdown, the real estate website Zillow says, is that the housing market has been stagnant for many years.
The economy has stagnated and wages have stagnated.
The jobs market is stagnant.
There is a shortage of skilled workers, which is hurting our economy.
That has been a long-term trend, Zillows analysis finds.
For many, this slowdown is a wake-up call.
In a report released earlier this year, Zestar found that the jobless rate among 18- to 29-year-olds fell to 7.9 percent in June from 7.8 percent in April.
The jobless jobless benefit, which helps people who have lost jobs, has been declining at an average annual rate of 5.6 percent since 2007, according to Zillots analysis.
For young people who were jobless, their benefits have been declining since 2014.
In May, Zilow released its latest survey of the U.S. economy.
It found that employment is still rising at a robust pace.
The U.K. is not doing as well as other developed countries as a result of the Brexit vote.
But its economy is growing.
In the U, employment is up 2.6 points, which means that employment for all groups is rising.
For women, the unemployment rate is 6.4 percent, compared to the 5.9 per cent rate for men.
And it’s still higher than the U’s 2.9-point unemployment rate for people ages 25 to 34.
The problem is that this recovery is coming at a price.
Many young people in the U are unable to save enough money to afford a home or afford the mortgage they’re currently paying.
And many are finding it increasingly difficult to access credit.
In fact, there is a new trend: the rising cost of college.
According a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the average price of a college education has more than doubled since 1980, to $60,000.
That’s nearly double the cost of a traditional university education, which typically costs $45,000, according the Fed.
The report says that the cost to colleges and universities is expected to rise to $70,000 by 2025.
That means that over the next 30 years, a family will have to pay $10,000 more for their child’s college education than they did just 10 years ago.
But there is another cost, too: it will be harder for people to afford to get a mortgage.
For the first time, the median home value in the United States is now less than $200,000 per person, according a recent report from real estate data firm Zillower.
For families with a household income under $40,000 a year, the mortgage payment is $7,300.
For a family with a family income of $60 and above, the payment is just over $7000.
This trend is projected to continue for many young people.
In June, the Federal Housing Finance Agency reported that the average mortgage payment for a family of four in the country is just $1,100.
And if they get a 20 percent down payment on a home they already own, it’s only $2,000 less than they would have paid if they took out a mortgage on the home.
And even if they do get a home loan, they may have to wait several years to see their monthly payments on it.
With the housing recovery slowly picking up steam, it seems that the recession is finally over.
But it’s not over.
There’s still much work to be done, and we should continue to look to the next economic downturn for guidance.