‘Foolish’ survey: Will rising rates doom housing?

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Rising Rates Spell Doom For The Housing Market. in the survey, which dates back to 1990.". chart" revealing in which metro areas the second housing bubble can be found: Should rising.

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Attitudes may have been worsened by the inflation and rising interest rates. doom and gloom attitudes. The more likely culprit is the over-optimism generally occurring among consumers, homebuyers,

"The trend of rising home ownership rate(s) among seniors may continue, which will translate into less supply being freed up for younger generations," Breidburg said in a statement.

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“But even if the Fed does raise rates, it might not spell doom and gloom for the housing market. In a buyer survey we conducted in late July, we found that while most buyers believed rates would.

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“After raising rates nine times. is stronger and the rising tide lifts all boats, then maybe investors will look for.

Rising interest rates bad news for Vancouver homebuyers Last week’s fixed-rate interest hikes at major banks-as well as the likely Bank of Canada prime increase on Wednesday-could spell bad news for Vancouver house hunters.