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Los Angeles mortgage broker Vivian Gueler is expecting a drop in the value of real estate.
Packed open houses mean lots of people touching doorknobs and flipping light switches.
But the uncertainty that's driving those rates down is causing some to have second thoughts.
The Census Bureau reported housing starts fell 3.6% in January 2020 from the previous month, but rose 21.4% from January 2019.
With homeownership out of reach for many young people, journalist Angela Lashbrook called Zillow "a place we can imagine ourselves in a new reality."
Research suggests a decline in housing affordability can significantly reduce job growth.
With climate and affordability crises, should there be so many new, big houses?
Economic uncertainty leaves some people content to rent. Others? Not so much.
If approved, the regulation would raise the threshold for required appraisals to transactions above $400,000.
The company says that a better price for lumber is better for business.