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Mark Gongloff

The Whole World’s in a Housing Bubble Now

Prices are getting unaffordable from New York to New Zealand.

There’s a lot of this going around.

There’s a lot of this going around.

Photographer: David McNew/Getty Images North America

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One point three million U.S. dollars sounds like too many dollars to pay for a house that’s practically falling down, until you consider it’s in the suburb of a major city in a developed country that beat Covid-19, is relatively safe from nuclear fallout, and has a toothbrush fence.