Housing’s Next Act

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Home prices in the United States grew during the pandemic as ultra-low mortgage rates stoked demand.  Now that rates are rapidly reversing course, homeowners and regulators are increasingly concerned that prices could sharply decline, triggering a wave of foreclosures and higher unemployment.  


Join Moody's Analytics expert Economists as they discuss the factors supporting home values, as well as the risks to prices in the short term:


»    Newly developed techniques to better measure valuations and speculative activity within local housing markets
»    Top risks from home price declines over the next few years by area
»    Scenario analysis using Moody’s Analytics Home Price Forecast

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    Cris deRitis Deputy Chief Economist Moody's Bio
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    Todd Metcalfe Senior Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Matthew Walsh Assistant Director, Economist Moody's Analytics Bio