Is the Morgage Crisis Over?

Most Americans Think the Housing Crisis Never Ended

While economic indicators say things are getting better since the "Great Recession," for most people things don't seem to be improving and the worst seems to still be coming, particularly as it relates to housingCity Lab discusses a recent poll results that show wide concern about the future of housing in the country, and suggestions about what could be done.

But Americans think that it’s important that their leaders address the problem, no matter what. Large majorities of respondents said that it was “very important” for elected leaders to address housing affordability (60 percent) and that candidates for the presidential election were paying “not enough attention” to the issue (63 percent).
— Kriston Capps, City Lab