These 210 housing markets are now vulnerable to 20%-25% home price declines, finds latest Moody’s downgrade

Econ & Housing, The Daily Buzz

Favorable millennial demographics. Tight housing inventory. Low unemployment. That’s why housing bulls said the Pandemic Housing Boom had more room to run. Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi, of course, disagreed. Back in May, Zandi came to Fortune with a bold proclamation: The Pandemic Housing Boom had peaked and we were entering into a “housing…

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