Key differences between housing market now and 2008 crash
While the 2008 market and the current market saw accelerated home price growth, experts said there are fundamental differences between conditions then and now.
Housing Market Sees Troubling Sign as Mortgage Lenders Fail
A real estate professor told Newsweek that there are "some similarities and stark differences" between what happened 15 years ago and what is happening today.
The 'Critical Difference' Between Housing Market Now and 2008 Crash: Expert
A key change is that "there just isn't enough housing supply today," Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak and Paul Swartz wrote in a piece published by Fortune on Tuesday.
'Really Nervous About the Housing Market'—Ex-White House Economic Advisor
Stephen Moore, the controversial ex-advisor to Trump, called a potential housing market crash "a big concern."
Big Houses in the U.S. Are Back
America's largest homes, nicknamed McMansions, are helping to fuel a housing bubble similar to the one that precipitated the 2008 financial crisis.
China Worried About a Housing Bubble as Prices Soar
Housing prices in hubs such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have soared beyond the average Chinese worker's reach.
Clinton Slams Trump for Cheering of Housing Bubble Bust
Clinton's campaign released an ad with audio the presumptive Republican nominee had recorded in 2006 for his now-defunct Trump University venture.
Bay Area's Middle Class Is Being Squeezed Out: Report
San Jose saw the highest displacement of low- and middle-income residents and the lowest displacement for high-income residents among 10 U.S. cities.