5 warning signs in the real-estate market that recall the mid-2000s housing bubble

Business Insider
May 6 · 5 min read

Experts say today’s housing market boom is far safer than the one in 2007, but soaring prices and a widespread supply shortage aren’t sustainable.

A broken “For Sale” sign.
A broken “For Sale” sign. Photo: Robert Galbraith/Reuters

By Ben Winck

Housing-market monitors keep repeating the phrase “since 2005,” except when it’s “since 2006.” That’s worrying — both superlatives refer…

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