The Real Causes – And Casualties – Of The Housing CrisisKnowledge Wharton
Wharton's Susan Wachter and Benjamin Keys discuss the impact of the subprime lending and housing crisis.
The U.S. is not about to see a rerun of the housing bubble that formed in 2006 and 2007, precipitating the Great Recession that followed, according to experts at Wharton. More prudent lending norms, rising interest rates and high house prices have kept demand in check.
However, some . . .
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