The U.S. housing market is closely tied to the economic health of the nation. Perhaps no historic incident illustrated this vital tie better than the 2008 financial crash when the nation’s subprime mortgage crisis triggered a financial meltdown across the entire economy. Ten years later, has the housing market recovered? Figures such as Trulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin argue that the answer is complicated: while in some areas prices have improved, true recovery might take until 2025.
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