Prices rising, packed open houses, bidding wars, all-cash offers… Must be a housing bubble, right? Nope. Andrew Khouri reports in the LA Times: “Real estate information firm CoreLogic said Tuesday that a bubble has not formed in the U.S. housing market, nor in hot regional markets, adding that rising interest rates will put a brake on any danger.” CNBC echoes that analysis, here.

The talk at HousingWire is that “the housing market is still a seller’s market,” with June numbers pointing to more “balance.” Here’s a map of what LA’s housing recovery looks like through the end of 2012…


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Map data & analysis by Andrew Khouri and Doug Smith.

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