Housing prices have increased significantly over the past year despite a pandemic, people out of work, and much uncertainty. Some people are starting to get nervous–thinking this resembles the housing bubble of 2007. But is it really a bubble this time, or is there data that would counter this argument? Read on for some interesting facts that show why this time it may be (and probably is) different.
Enjoy a little weekend reading in the report below. It may help put into perspective ‘that’ neighbor’s house who just listed it for what seems like a crazy high price.