The WSJ is apparently reading our blog: (earlier blog post)The Pandemic Ignited a Housing Boom—but It’s Different From the Last OneResidential home sales are hitting peaks last seen in 2006, just before the bubble burst, but this time mortgages are stricter, down payments are higher, and a tight supply is supporting prices
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