Frenzied demand for homes is unsustainable, analysts say

The housing market is unable to sustain what is becoming an increasingly “frenzied demand” for what limited homes there are for sale on the market, analysts said last week. A new report from published last week shows that homes are getting more expensive while also selling much faster than before. In the last month,

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What Happens When The Investors Go?

Investors and all-cash home buyers accounted for about 19% and 30%, respectively, of all sales in March, according to the National Association of Realtors. That represents a significant share of the market, and some analysts are concerned that as home prices rise, investor and all-cash demand will start to shrink.

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