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TIME - Signs Are Pointing to a Slowdown in the Housing Market—At Last

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Dennis discussed his thoughts on U.S builder demographic shifts. “Everybody on the development side is looking backwards and saying, ‘Well, we’ve always had a million and a half housing starts a year, so we should get back to that,’ but they’re completely ignoring the fact that the demographic underpinning is different,” he says. “They’ve convinced themselves there’s a huge supply shortage.”

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Business Insider - Are We In A Housing Bubble? We Asked 32 Experts, And Most Said...

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Are we in a housing bubble? Ivy was among an esteemed group of economists, lenders, and investors who shared their insights and offered analyses of how it compares with previous booms and busts, as well as some predictions for what could come next. Ivy's take, "I don't expect that we are going to see a crash but do expect pricing pressure."

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CNBC - Closing Bell with Sara Eisen

Monday, May 16, 2022

Ivy joined Sara Eisen to discuss housing, pricing, mortgage rates, land surges and the build-for-rent market. Ivy said "We’re seeing an inflection point in the housing market."

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The New York Times: The Sky-High Pandemic Housing Market Finds Gravity Does Exist

Saturday, April 16, 2022

Ivy provided her thoughts about rising mortgage rates and surging home prices saying, "there is a lot more concern than there had been."

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The Wall Street Journal - Home Builders Bypassing Individual Home Buyers For Deep-Pocketed Investors

Monday, April 11, 2022

Our team commented on the magnitude of investor interest in the housing market right now, "Large investors have amassed some $89 billion in capital to spend on building or buying new rental homes and have deployed only about one-quarter of it."

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CNBC - The 30-Year Mortgage Rate Tops 5%. Here’s What Investors Should Know

Sunday, April 10, 2022

Alan provided his thoughts on historical stock performance when mortgage rates climb. "Homebuilding stocks have generally not done well in a rising rate environment because investors anticipate that once rates go up, demand will eventually suffer and that will impact homebuilder profitability."

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International Business Times: Housing Market, Another Boom Or Another Bust?

Saturday, April 9, 2022

In recent years, the housing market has been resilient, even during the pandemic. With house prices reaching new highs - how long can this last? Ryan commented on rising interest rates in this market, "describing the recent increase in mortgage rates as substantial would be an understatement." He went on to discuss affordability, "alongside a continued increase in home prices, primary-buyer affordability has quickly deteriorated, with our entry-level affordability index reaching 'stretched' territory for the first time since 2007 – contributing to our cautious outlook for home prices in 2023-24."

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The Economist: The American Property Market Is Once Again Looking Bubbly

Saturday, April 9, 2022

Ivy provided her thoughts about the surge in home prices and how this market has been different from past bubbles, “It’s euphoric right now and there are definite signs of excess.”

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Business Insider - What's Next For The US Housing Bubble?

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Ivy was mentioned in this article regarding her bearish view on the U.S. housing market due to issues stemming from a potential flood of supply that could hit the market.

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Moody's Talks - Inside Economics

Friday, March 18, 2022

Ivy and Dennis discussed the state of housing and mortgage markets.

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