A blistering boom, backed by $4.3 trillion in bank loans, ends.
Rents fall the most in the Amazon neighborhood, as new supply piles up.
Is jacking up ticket prices helpful in this environment?
But many mid-tier markets are red-hot.
The lowest hanging fruit of them all: Airbnb and its ilk.
Some big sectors are still resisting.
Other sectors are weak too, but one sector is hot.
(Creative) Destruction in the brick-and-mortar meltdown.
Even Seattle rents are under pressure from new construction. But rents are surging in mid-tier markets.