Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks to CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel about the top three myths that are currently circulating within the property market, and why these claims are not entirely true.
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Although home price gains are expected to slow in 2022 and average a little less than 10% growth for the year, the recent rapid acceleration in prices has led to overvaluations in some markets, therefore pushing up the risk of price decline in the year ahead.
An unexpected side effect of the pandemic has been the extraordinary rise in home prices during 2021. This trend has increased the need for jumbo loans in 2021, spurring the largest issuance since 2007.
2021 was a strong year for the U. S. housing market. Home price appreciation was in the double digits and sales volume was near pre-pandemic levels.
New home sales trends are occurring in areas with lower cost-of-living, lower population density and nearby outdoor amenities.
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