The housing market in the US is in the midst of a bear market that will likely continue for at least the next two years.
That’s according to the latest data from Fannie Mae, which is predicting that house prices will rise by nearly 10 percent in 2020.
And that will leave the market in a tough spot, with a lot of new buyers in the market, and a lot more inventory.
“We have the largest inventory and the largest number of people who are interested in buying,” Fannie said.
“There’s a lot going on in the housing market.”
There are also signs that there’s going to be a big change in how Americans buy homes, with some areas in the country seeing a huge drop in home sales over the next few years.
For example, the market is expected to fall by more than half in some areas, according to Fannie.
Some of the areas that have seen big drops in home values include New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston, and Boston.
Meanwhile, the country’s homebuilders are going to see more than $1 trillion in new capital investment, which will increase the amount of homes that can be built.
That means new buyers will also be attracted to the market.
The housing boom in the United States started when the housing bubble burst in 2008, but the bubble burst just as home prices were starting to soar.
“The housing market has gone through a tremendous amount of growth,” said Ben Carson, President Donald Trump’s economic adviser.
“People have been able to buy homes with a down payment, buy a house for less than the market would have required to get that loan.
Now, we’re seeing an increase in the number of homeowners.”
The market is also set to get even more expensive as we approach the end of the boom.
Home prices are expected to increase by around 8 percent this year, which puts the US’s median home price at about $300,000, according a report from RealtyTrac.
That would make it the third-highest average price in the world.
It also puts the country in the middle of the pack when it comes to median home prices.
“A lot of people are going out to buy a home, especially the older, wealthier, homeowners,” Carson said.
He also noted that many older homeowners are buying their homes with credit card debt, so that is another factor in the rising cost of a home.
“They’re going to have to pay off those debt loads as well, so they’re going out and spending,” Carson added.
The country’s median income is expected at about where it was in 2020, according the Fannie report.
That still puts the United State in the bottom half of countries in terms of median income.
That might not sound like much, but it is actually quite large.
The United States is ranked behind only Mexico and China, both of which have an average income of around $50,000 per year.
The median family income in the U.S. is $52,600, according data from the Pew Research Center.
That makes the U,S.
home market far more expensive than it was just two years ago.
Fannie and Freddie’s latest projections are for the housing boom to end by the end or the beginning of 2021, but analysts aren’t sure when that will happen.
The Federal Reserve is expected in mid-November to announce a policy that will begin reducing the interest rate on government bonds and increase it on mortgages.
The Fed has said it would start to gradually reduce the federal funds rate, which measures the interest rates the government pays on loans.
Fearing that this could cause inflation to skyrocket, Fannie is also expected to start selling some of its mortgage-backed securities to hedge funds, which could cause the stock market to lose value.
If that happens, Ferenc is not sure what will happen to the markets prices.
If prices continue to rise, then people will be looking to buy more of the homes in the house, but if prices fall, then it will likely be the younger generations who will decide to sell.
“If prices continue rising, and if they continue to be driven up by people in their 30s and 40s who are looking to sell their homes, that’s when prices might start to rise and then that would be a problem,” he said.
The fact that prices have risen so much in the past few years doesn’t necessarily mean that they will continue to do so.
Fereync said that there will probably be a lot fewer people moving into the housing markets.
He said that the biggest concern will be whether the government can keep the mortgage rate low enough to allow younger Americans to purchase homes.
“I think we’ll have a lot less young people buy homes,” he added.
Ferenc also said that it’s hard to predict how much interest rates will rise in the next year.
If rates don’t rise, Ferency