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Chicago Fed Letter, No. 216, July 2005
Explaining Recent Changes in Home Prices

The increase in housing prices in the past ten years can largely be explained by falling mortgage interest rates and changes in household income. This article offers some projections of what might happen to housing prices if mortgage rates increase.

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