Will Oil Decline Lead to a House Price Bust?
Annual Report, 2015, 15-18
The correlation between house prices and oil booms raises concerns because oil prices have fallen nearly as much from their 2014 peak (about 66 percent) as they did during the mid-1980s oil collapse (70 percent). That 1980s collapse preceded a long housing bust.
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