The stock market is hitting all-time highs as the Dow crosses 23,500 for the first time, and President Trump hasn't shied away from taking credit for the so-called "Trump Bump". The housing market, on the other hand, hasn't had the same luck. Ralph McLaughlin, Chief Economist at Trulia, explains why the industry is missing out on the rally. Going into the recent election between Clinton and Trump, Democrats were pessimistic about housing while Republicans had a brighter outlook. Almost a year into Trump's presidency, McLaughlin weighs in on which party got it right. The chief economist breaks down how a majority of U.S. county housing markets are doing worse in Trump's first year than in Obama's final four. Despite a slow start, Trulia doesn't believe the housing market is doomed under Trump. McLaughlin says softness could actually be an advantage for those looking to buy or rent.