These cities are most at risk of a housing downturn if recession hits

Econ & Housing

Cities where home prices soared the highest during the pandemic housing rush are “most likely to see the effects of a housing downturn amplified and home prices decline” if the U.S. economy hits a recession. That’s according to a new report from Redfin, which scrutinized the areas that are “most susceptible” to a housing downturn…

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