Credit rating agency Moody’s has issued a warning to investors about the future outlook for the Arizona housing market, saying that the housing market in the state is in a “critical state.”
The agency noted that it expects housing to continue to expand over the next decade, which will result in the population of the state growing at a faster rate than average.
In addition, the agency said that the state will continue to face severe shortages of housing and other housing needs.
Moody’s also said that while there are signs that the recovery in the housing markets could slow in the near future, the outlook for this sector is very good.
“Moody’s believes that the U.S. housing market will continue its rapid growth over the medium term,” Moody’s analysts wrote in a report released on Monday.
“However, we expect that the overall economy, while still improving, is not yet sufficiently robust to offset the growing pressure on housing markets to maintain high levels of demand.”
Arizona has been on the frontlines of the foreclosure crisis that began with the housing bubble.
The state has the nation’s highest number of foreclosures per capita and has the highest foreclosure rate.
Moody�s warned that Arizona�s housing markets are in a critical state and that the next few years are likely to be among the most challenging for the state.
The agency also said Arizona�re likely to experience an increase in homelessness, a situation that Moody�’s says will be particularly pronounced in the future.
“In the coming years, the U,S.
economy will continue moving forward, but its likely that the pace of that growth will slow, and the unemployment rate will rise,” Moody�z economists wrote.
“While it is too early to know if these developments will impact the U.,S.
overall economic outlook, the state�s current unemployment rate, which currently stands at 3.7%, is well below the U�s unemployment rate of 7.9%.”
A report from Moody�d predicted Arizona would be a key market for credit builder loan applications, a key industry for Arizona.
“This will be an important driver for credit demand and the industry is in need of additional capital,” Moody said in its report.
“The current market is particularly vulnerable to a slowdown in the economy.
The agency also noted that the Arizona Legislature, with a Republican majority, is trying to limit state aid to the credit builder industry. “
Moodys view that Arizona will continue a rapid expansion over the coming decade, and we expect the state to continue experiencing extreme shortages of residential real estate,” Moody���s analysts said.
The agency also noted that the Arizona Legislature, with a Republican majority, is trying to limit state aid to the credit builder industry.
The Arizona Legislature passed a bill in January that requires that the Legislature approve the use of up to 80% of the funds earmarked for the creditbuilder loan program.
However, the bill also requires that 30% of that money must be spent on housing.
The bill also has provisions that require lenders to disclose more information about borrowers.
Moodies also noted the impact that the debt crisis in Arizona has had on the state economy.
It said that, in 2016, Arizona lost $1.9 billion in economic activity, a number that has not improved since then.
Moodymix also noted in its annual report that, although Arizona has experienced a modest increase in the number of job openings, that number has fallen short of the 1.1 million needed for the economy to return to normal.
According to Moody� s analysts, Arizona is the sixth-most indebted state in the country and is among the states with the most unemployment.
Arizona ranked in the top five for default rates, and it also ranked in last place for economic activity.
Moody said that in addition, Moody�m analysis found that the economy will likely be unable to continue growing at the rate it is currently growing.
The state was already in the middle of the mortgage crisis before the foreclosure bubble burst.
Moody predicted that the financial crisis would continue to increase the risk of another recession in the next two years, and that states like Arizona could see a reduction in the amount of money available to them.
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