Is the housing bubble about to burst? Ask our expert about the state and stability of the marketJune 22, 20221 min read
With interest rates on the rise, inflation increasing and home prices out of reach for many, Americans are worried about their financial future.
Media now covering the U.S. housing market are seeing signs that the bubble might be ready to burst. With a potential recession looming, some people are looking back to the last housing collapse with trepidation. But economists note that the ingredients causing the 2008 global financial crisis aren't there this time.
This is an important issue, and one that will impact millions of Americans. If you’re a reporter interested in covering this topic, let the experts at Florida Atlantic University help with your coverage and questions.
Ken H. Johnson, Ph.D., an economist and associate dean in FAU’s College of Business, is available to speak to the media. Simply click on his icon to arrange an interview and time.
Ken Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Dean
Ken Johnson's research covers housing, housing cycles, and mortgage markets.