The question of whether the real estate market is a bubble ready to pop seems to be dominating a lot of conversations—and everyone has an opinion. Yet, when it comes down to it, the opinions that carry the most weight are the ones based on experience and expertise.
Here are four expert opinions from professionals and organizations that have devoted their careers to giving great advice to the housing industry.
The Joint Center for Housing Studies in their The State of the Nation’s Housing 2021 report:
Nathaniel Karp, Chief U.S. Economist at BBVA:
Bill McBride of Calculated Risk:
Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American:
All four strongly believe that we’re not in a bubble and won’t see crashing home values as we did in 2008. And they’re not alone--Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch share the same opinion.
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