Chicago is not very bubbly

When it comes to risk of a housing price collapse, Chicago barely manages to tie Atlanta for 28th place among the nation’s 50 largest metro areas.

At a Risk Index value of 147, we’re only about half as risky as the average top-50 metro, according to the latest figures (PDF file) from PMI Mortgage Insurance Co.

Do we need to work on this, or do we have some little bubbles forming here and there?

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