Forecast - Monthly Archive

We provide access to each Economic & Housing Outlook from the past four years.


November: Economic Outlook for 2020 Upgraded Despite Prominent Downside Risks

October: Housing’s Supporting Role: Residential Fixed Investment Expected to Help Drive Economic Growth into 2020

September: U.S. Economy Reliant on Consumer Spending, Susceptible to Downside Risks

August: Downside Risks Weigh on Economy as the Fed Considers Next Steps

July: As Trade Uncertainty Drags on Growth, Strong Consumer Demand Backstops Slowing U.S. Economy

June: U.S. Economic Forecast for 2019 and 2020 Downgraded as Businesses Confront Heightened Uncertainty

May: Economy Expected to Slow Through Remainder of 2019, Despite Strong First Quarter Growth

April: U.S. Economy Still on Track to Slow in 2019

March: 2019 Economic Growth Slowing, As Expected

February: Fannie Mae Holds 2019 Forecast Steady at 2.2 Percent Growth and One Fed Rate Hike

January: Slower Economic Growth Expected in 2019, but a Patient Fed Could Put Housing on Firmer Footing