Carrington’s Sharga: We are not creating another housing bubble

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 · Recently, five housing experts weighed in on the question. Rick Sharga, Executive VP at Ten-X: “We’re definitely not in a bubble.” “We have a handful of markets that are frothy and probably have hit an affordability wall of sorts but.while prices nominally have surpassed the 2006 peak, we’re not talking about 2006 dollars.”

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