Price appreciation on real estate in years to come.

I read a lot about prices slowing growth rather than correcting. There also seems to be some consensus that home prices will flatten rather than go negative. Are there any historical examples of a massive runup in price followed by a flattening?

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I read a lot about prices slowing growth rather than correcting. There also seems to be some consensus that home prices will flatten rather than go negative. Are there any historical examples of a massive runup in price followed by a flattening? submitted by /u/dm0616 [link] [comments]

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