From the very beginning of this data heavy episode Saied is salty, dare we say even – grump! Come for the discussion on housing affordability versus renting, mortgage rate debates and updates on the National Association of Realtors antitrust lawsuits. But, stay for the sassy attitude that Saied is bringing to the table. Listen as Chris and Haroon are attacked at every turn by an unprovoked attack.
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As mortgage rates hit 8% for the first time in 23 years, affordability continues to fall off a cliff (The Kobeissi Letter via X)
There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Buy Instead of Rent (Wall Street Journal)
America’s Downtowns Are Empty. Fixing Them Will Be Expensive (Wall Street Journal)
Is the ongoing run of Fed rate hikes “taking away the American dream”? This economist says so (Yahoo! Finance via Instagram)
Fastest declining Housing Markets (1-year drop) (The Kobeissi Letter via X)
Rocky few months for NAR (The Real Deal via Instagram)
Real-Estate Commissions Could Be the Next Fee on the Chopping Block (Wall Street Journal)
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