Many of us weren’t familiar with the term “housing bubble” until the real estate market crash that shook the nation back in 2008. And while today’s housing market looks very different, some experts are sounding a warning about a looming crash.
But while it’s true that today’s home prices aren’t sustainable and that the housing market could be headed for a correction, we’re not nearly in the same boat today as we were back in 2008. Here’s why.
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