How bad was the housing bubble of the 2000s? Real home prices remain 21.35% below their peak in 2006 during the housing bubble, according to the Bank for International Settlements.
US homeownership is back to pre-1990s levels, but post-1986 levels.
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This despite the massive stimulus from The Federal Reserve.
So, what happens when the game of musical chairs stop?
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