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Most consumers believe we're in a housing bubble. Economists say otherwise

By Mike Wheatley | February 6, 2022
The results of a new survey show that real estate agents have far more confidence in the health of the housing market than most consumers do. According to Redfin’s latest survey of 1,500 Americans who’re planning to buy or sell a home in the next year, 77% believe we’re currently in a housing bubble. That […]
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June 2021 Signals Indicate Housing Market Easing

By Phil Butler | July 14, 2021
Buyer sentiment data shows that potential new homeowners are chilling out about purchasing in this seller's market.
Jerome Powell
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Expect An Interest Rate Hike After Today’s Federal Reserve Inflation Data

By Phil Butler | June 10, 2021
Will today's Federal Reserve inflation data lead to increased interest rates and a slowdown of economic easing?
International, Real Estate

Is The UK Housing Market a ‘Bubble on a Bubble’?

By Dean Signori | August 16, 2018
The date of writing is August and following two consecutive months of seeing house prices inflate. Experts that closely follow the UK housing market are actively forecasting upcoming years. The most recent house price index from Halifax was released and it shows a 1.4 percent increase in June followed by a sharp 3.3% increase in […]
Residential, US Real Estate, Zillow

Report: Despite earning more, most college grads are staying at home

By Mike Wheatley | May 11, 2018
Young college graduates are more likely to be living with their parents than they were before the housing bubble, especially in places that had a more exaggerated boom and subsequent crash.
US Real Estate

Is There a Real Estate Bubble in the Making?

By Brian Kline | February 12, 2018
By almost every indicator, the residential real estate market continues to thrive as we head towards the hot spring selling and buying season. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t

Second Mortgage Delinquencies are Going Up

By Brian Kline | July 21, 2016
Part of the lingering effects of the Great Recession are second mortgages that were taken out at the height of home mortgages. Most second mortgages are for ten years and these are coming due in full right about now. The year 2005 saw approximately 850,000 seconds taken out followed by about 1.5 million in both […]
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