Will the future of remote work dictate the fundamentals of our real estate climate and produce a future dip? Or a cataclysmic crash?
Are people being over-optimistic about the demand for suburbia; will it last indefinitely?
What affects a home's fundamental value?
Average home prices in America are the highest they have ever been and here in Boston, a so-called "superstar city", on par with San Francisco, Seattle and San Diego, demand is still high and supply is low. It's a fantastic time to sell! ...
There's a lot of speculation about the answers to these quesitons. Here's a look at "The 2000s Housing Cycle With 2020 Hindsight" and an informative story by Greg Rosalsky of Planet Money on home prices and housing bubbles.