Not in terms of housing itself, again the market has never recovered which means on its own real estate doesn’t contribute as much economic activity at the margins; and therefore wouldn’t subtract much. Rather, what would a macro-driven housing bust at these levels and rates suggest about the real underlying condition of the US economy?
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Since the end of the Great Recession, in 2009, the American economy has posted expansion (as. late 2000s financial crisis happen again? The short answer is yes, absolutely – and it could happen.
It’s been almost seven years since the federal reserve lowered the Fed Funds rate to 0.15%, and since January 2009 the stock market is up more than 220%; the housing market has recovered with some markets like San Francisco blowing past its 2007 peak by 30%, and unemployment has dropped to 4.1% in 2018 from a high of 9.9% in March 2010.
The housing market, too, has not fully recovered from the recession. Although population growth means there are 8 million more households in the country than there were in 2006, there now are.
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Perhaps it depends on what you means by "crash." If the overall economy "crashes" I think the real estate market will follow. California has gone through a series of roughly ten year cycles of boom and bust. We are due for another bust. When you s.
I think the housing market will recover in "nominal" terms but not "real" terms. In other words, the value of houses will return to the prices we saw at the top of the bubble in 2006-2007, but the reason for those prices will not be because the price of houses went up but because the value of the dollar went down because the Obama.