Why hasn’t mortgage pain led to a housing crash?

House prices remain resilient despite higher mortgage interest rates because of continuing high demand (fuelled by mass immigration) and low numbers of houses being built. Only the BBC could put out an article titled, “Why hasn’t mortgage pain led to a housing crash?” mentioning neither of these factors. It was written by Faisal Islam, Economics Editor.

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