Housing is Normalizing, Not Dying; Nice Rate Rebound After Last Week’s Rout

Econ & Housing

In 2020 and 2021, housing boomed and rates plummeted at a pace that many considered to be unsustainable. 2022’s role is to take things back in the other direction. In other words, things are “normalizing” after a period of frenzied movement.  The normalization process can seem scary in cases where the thing being normalized was…

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