A closer look at house price indexes
Bryan J. Noeth and
The Regional Economist, 2011, issue July, 16-17
At least early in the financial crisis, the high rate of foreclosures seemed to be due more to households' overreaching than to predatory lending. A disproportionate number of those being foreclosed on were well-educated, well-off and relatively young people.
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