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⏰ Timestamps ⏰:
0:00 Introduction – 3 Market Components
0:34 Historic Homeownership v Rental
2:06 Population Growth
2:32 New Construction
3:14 The Market going forward Predictions & Trends
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For further information on this topic check out these links:
Are We At Risk For A Housing Bubble? Here’s What … – Forbeshttps://www.forbes.com › housing-bubble-experts
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Those Surging Home Prices May Not (Totally) Be A Bubblehttps://www.npr.org › sections › money › 2021/08/17 › h…
Aug 17, 2021 — They find evidence that the price surge in the 2000s was indeed a bubble, which serves as a scary reminder that the housing market can go wild …
Here’s why experts believe the U.S. is in a housing boom, not …https://www.cnbc.com › 2021/09/02 › heres-why-exper…
Sep 2, 2021 — U.S. home prices have climbed at a record pace during the pandemic, leading some to worry about a potential housing bubble forming.
Is there a bubble in the housing market? – Voxhttps://www.vox.com › housing-bubble-market-crash-s…
Jun 7, 2021 — The case against seeing today’s market as a housing bubble. The case against calling this a bubble is pretty straightforward. Prices are rising …