When the economy crashed in 2008, the housing bubble burst with it. For-sale signs and foreclosed homes dotted the American landscape. But the severity of the housing crisis varied by region, and a new study from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy suggests that we can prevent housing bubbles, or at least dampen the damage they cause, by implementing policy by region.
- Don’t Believe New Housing Bubble Hype (blogs.wsj.com)
- Monetary Policy Not Enough to Prevent Bubbles (privatelendingforumblog.com)