Housing market data has been one of the driving factors keeping the overall economic recovery on track. But with housing prices on the rise at a pace that's beginning to worry some investors, should we be on the lookout for a new bubble forming?
Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling explains the reasons why some people in the know, like Tim Sloan -- CFO of Wells Fargo -- say that the prospect of a bubble is way off. She also talks about why bank investors should be happy to see continued improvements in the housing market.
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