The consensus of analysts surveyed by professor Robert Shiller's MacroMarkets is that house prices will soon resume their steady upward climb.
Of course, the vast majority of the analysts in the survey didn't see a crash coming (ever) in 2007. So tuck this away in the "for what it's worth" file.
(Also for what it's worth, price behavior like this after a bubble would be unusual.
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