During the last few years, activity in the U.S. housing market has been brisk, and mortgage credit has reached an ever wider circle of borrowers. A recent conference at the Chicago Fed assembled researchers, regulators, and practitioners to discuss the implications of these developments, both for the housing finance system and for the economy as a whole.
On This PageOctober 2006, No. 231a
Developments and Innovations in Real Estate Markets: A Conference Summary (Special Issue)
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