Will The Mortgage Forbearance Crash The Housing Market? When the mortgage forbearance program was implemented, 2.2 million homeowners were accepted into the mortgage forbearance program. As of this month there are still, 2.2 million people in the mortgage forbearance program. This on top of record setting stats in the current housing market, when the mortgage forbearance program expires, will we see the mother of all housing market crashes? In this video we explore the idea of when the mortgage forbearance program expires, will we see the housing market crash….
1:33 The flip of the supply and demand
2:12 Government intervention not a good thing?
3:59 What if everyone looses their home after forbearance?
4:55 Shared thoughts about the housing crash
6:09 Second wave of demand to solve the problem?
8:00 Quality or Quantity of buyer?
9:01 3-5 years ahead in the housing market
13:23 Closing Thoughts
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