Concern that overvaluation, low-spirited interest rates and loose lending will affect stability

A flourishing number of residences in the US and China are teetering on the brink of world prices slump that would drag their economies into a recession, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

Using the most recent developments testify from global home marketplaces, the Washington-based organisation said there was a clear increased number of health risks of a house rate downfall in both countries after years of ultra-low interest rates and loose lending by financial institutions.

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