More than two-thirds of Americans responding to a survey believe there is a real estate bubble, though many said they wished no one would discuss it in the interest of avoiding a self-fulfilling prophecy. According to a survey conducted by real estate advice and information site ThinkGlink.com, 66 percent of respondents said there is a housing bubble, and nearly 45 percent said that people shouldn't talk about a real estate bubble because the more it is discussed, the more likely there will be panicked selling that would lower property values. Speculation over whether a real estate bubble exists has persisted in the last few years as home-price appreciation has outpaced income growth. Of those who believe there is a real estate bubble, 18.1 percent said they believe the bubble will burs...
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