Painful Housing Market Slump? Not in Recession-Proof Asia

China, Singapore, and Seoul’s housing market demand is continuing to surge, defying the pandemic-induced economic slump. Singapore, in particular, is seeing a consistent increase in demand all-around, even in the suburbs. UBS analysts believe global housing prices are nearing bubble levels, but strategists see major catalysts for home prices in 2021. The financial markets are […]

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The Housing Market Isn’t a Bursting Bubble – Yet

Strong demand for homes suggests the market is strong. Several factors have the potential to bring the housing market crashing down. A significant factor moving forward will be affordability. Bears have been predicting an impending housing market crash for some time, and the pandemic seemed to be the perfect catalyst for a downward spiral. But […]

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Has the U.S. Housing Market Become Recession-Proof?

The U.S. housing market has enjoyed stable price growth this year. Consumer interest in new homes remains high. Low supply and increasing buyer interest are making the market recession-proof. The U.S. housing market has held its ground impressively this year despite the economic fallout of the pandemic that has gripped the globe and sent millions […]

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