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Housing Bubble

Zillow conducted a survey of 105 economists and found that there are serious concerns about the Fed's interest rates manipulations. 48% of the economists were concerned about "moderate to high risk" of a housing bubble forming, compared to 4% who saw no risk at all. 81% surveyed think a minimum down payment should be required. Overall, the survey found that most economists predict a 5.4% increase in home prices by the end of 2013. [Boston.com]