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Are Today's Homeownership Rates Sustainable?

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06/15/2022Ryan McMaken
Michael Stack

Skyrocketing asset prices are great for hedge fund managers and Wall Street types, but they increasingly drive ordinary people into unsustainably large amounts of debt.

Original Article: "Are Today's Homeownership Rates Sustainable?"

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Are Today's Homeownership Rates Sustainable?