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Are Stocks, Real Estate and Bonds in Asset Bubbles? | Stock Market News | US News - U.S. News & World Report
While new construction is critical in addressing the inventory challenges, experts say that may only partially fix the persisting housing shortage in the United States.
“Over time, aging housing is also likely to increase the rate at which homes deteriorate to the point of functional obsolescence—a factor that would further increase the need to build new housing to replace them,” says David Bank, senior vice president of Rosen Consulting Group (RCG).
As the real estate market has veered into uncharted territory over the past 18 months, taking the whole industry on a roller-coaster ride of unprecedented surges in demand and price appreciation along with rapidly evolving consumer behavior, many have been asking when and how will it all end? Will the housing market crash?
Profits for home flips are down even as activity rises, according to ATTOM Data’s second-quarter 2021 U.S. Home Flipping Report. ATTOM found that 79,733 single-family homes and condos in the U.S. were flipped in the second quarter—4.9% of all home sales in Q2 and the first increase in over a year.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Office of Multifamily Housing Programs is opening a new application period for owners of multifamily properties participating in assisted housing programs to apply for more than $180 million in supplemental operating funds to support expenses for protecting residents and staff from COVID-19.