Despite rising public fear of another housing bubble, industry experts are taking a more discerning approach in studying fundamentals.
May was another busy month for the housing industry. Adjustable-rate mortgages are once again on the rise in popularity, causing many to scoff considering their role in the 2008 housing crash. But economists, forecasters and housing experts aren’t sounding the alarm just yet. As the new home building market cools and home sales slow, Zonda experts advise caution while also pointing to key differences in today’s market.
Read more below to learn about these trending topics in Zonda’s recent press coverage.
Business Insider — A kind of mortgage that helped cause the housing crash is surging in popularity…read more
Fortune — The cooling housing market enters into the Great Deceleration…read more
Multi-Housing News — Lease renewals hit an all-time high…read more
Globe St. — Pending home sales continue precipitous drop…read more
Business Insider — Former Fed chair Ben Bernanke isn’t worried about a housing crash…read more
Housing Wire — Financial institutions jump into ARMs amid high rates…read more
Phoenix Business Journal — Is the homebuyer market cooling in Phoenix? Experts chime in…read more
Keep an eye out for additional coverage as Zonda’s team continues to track and report on trends in housing.