What’s Going On With the Housing Market?

As the International Builders Show wraps in Las Vegas today, many attendees will leave asking the same question as the Wall Street Journal: What’s going on with the housing market?

Interest rates are high (albeit climbing more slowly after yesterday); and demand is accordingly low. But listings are  scarce and prices are sliding rather plunging — which is still enough to play havoc with iBuyers’ algorithms, to boot.

One thing that’s clear is that some of the pandemic’s hottest Zoomtowns are no longer boomtowns. “Some of the housing markets that posted the strongest home-price growth in recent years are leveling off the fastest,” the WSJ reports, including Las Vegas, Phoenix, Austin, Jacksonville, and Sacramento.

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