The housing boom that followed the dot-com bust was not an artificial bubble created by low interest rates and speculation, but a product of increasing wealth, changing demographics, and new mortgage products that helped renters become homeowners.

That’s the conclusion of a study by two economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

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