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The following is a greeting given in one of the 20 indigenous languages recognized by the State of Alaska.

Ade' ndadz dengit'a?
(Deg Xinag)
"Hello, how are you?"

Alaska Housing Related Trends Articles

The Rental Market in March 2020 (August 2020)

Alaska’s Rental Market (August 2019)

Rents, Vacancies Both Up Slightly (September 2018)

Why Home Prices Haven’t Dropped During Recession (August 2018)

The 2017 Rental Market (August 2017)

Housing: A Steady Market (May 2017)

Alaska’s Rental Market (August 2016)

Rent Over a Decade (August 2015)

Juneau‘s Housing Market (June 2015)

Anchorage Housing (February 2015)

Fairbanks’ Housing Market (August 2014)

Alaska’s Housing Market (April 2014)

Alaska’s ’Young’ Housing (December 2013)

Rent Increases 5 Percent from 2012 (August 2013)

Housing Has Become More Affordable (December 2012)

Foreclosures in Alaska (September 2012)

Alaska Residential Construction (December 2011)

2011 Alaska Rental Survey (August 2011)

A Snapshot of Alaska’s Housing Market (August 2010)

Housing Affordability (December 2009)

The Anchorage Rental Market (September 2009)

Alaska’s Residential Foreclosures (March 2009)

Alaska’s Home Mortgages (August 2008)

Housing Affordability in Alaska (December 2007)

Construction Costs and Building Activity (September 2006)

Housing Trends (June 2004)

Rental Housing (October 2002)

Subsidized Rental Housing (October 2002)

Housing in Alaska (December 2000)

Rental Market Survey 1995: Vacancy Rate Still Tight (December 1995)

The Affordability of Alaska’s Housing: 1987–1991 (October 1991)

Vacancy – For Rent (April 1979)

Private Housing Activity in Alaska (May 1975)

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