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U.S. | 25 September 2018 US Home Prices are Still Rising, but Momentum is Slowly Fading
In recent months we have argued that housing market activity has peaked for this cycle, with rising mortgage rates depressing the flow of mortgage applications.

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25 September 2018 US Home Prices are Still Rising, but Momentum is Slowly Fading

By Ian Shepherdson

In recent months we have argued that housing market activity has peaked for this cycle, with rising mortgage rates depressing the flow of mortgage applications.

Posted: 25th Sep 2018 in 'U.S.'

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