The End: The Housing Market Crash 2022 Is ABOUT To Get Worse

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Summary: Now that the Fed has started Quantitative Tightening, we can expect the U.S. Housing Market Crisis to intensify, and potentially result in sharp declines in home prices. With 30-year mortgage rates now above 5%, layoffs are starting to intensify in the mortgage origination sector. Home affordability is at an all-time low.

If the Federal Reserve continues to project several 50BP rate hikes this year, we will undoubtedly enter Stagflation and then very likely a recession. Once again, Inflation will unlikely be impacted in the short-term by interest rates.

If you are waiting for home prices to come down significantly, you likely won’t have to wait much longer.

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