House price growth hit the buffers in June, with Case-Shiller and FHFA reporting a sharp slowdown in month-on-month gains. Higher mortgage interest rates have stretched affordability and cut housing demand, shifting market power away from sellers. With mortgage rates on the rise again, it won’t be long before prices start falling. We expect annual growth to fall to around -5% y/y by the middle of next year.
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