Home prices surged thanks to low inventory and pandemic-related factors. But the market is showing early signs of cooling. Certain factors could turn a hot market into a cold one.
As a consultant on high-stakes litigation involving mortgage-backed securities, Eric Madsen had a front-row seat to the fallout after the last US real estate bubble burst. Today, with housing prices recently jumping at their fastest rate in decades, he sees similarities—and important differences.
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