Record-Breaking Home Prices and Rents Likely to Cool as Interest Rates Climb, Construction Picks Up, and Inequality Widens: The State of the Nation’s Housing 2022

Econ & Housing

<![if !vml]><![endif]>CAMBRIDGE, MA – After a record-shattering year in 2021, the housing market is at an inflection point. Higher interest rates have taken some heat out of the homebuying market, and the large number of apartments under construction should bring some relief on the rental side. For lower-income households and households of color, though, the pressure…

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