In a time of sharply rising U.S. home prices, should one worry about a new housing bubble? Apparently not. Despite the price hikes — which are currently increasing at the same rate as during the 2003, 2004 and 2005 bubble years — there is no bubble today, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing Trulia data.
The difference is that home prices are now undervalued when compared to personal incomes and rents. [more]