Property prices have doubled, leading to repeated Fed warnings.
By Steve Matthews, Bloomberg|February 03, 2017 at 07:21 AM
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A decade after the U.S. housing market collapsed, Federal Reserve officials are watching rising apartment towers as the next potential asset-price bubble, which could add to the debate about the pace of interest-rate hikes this year.
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