“Canada’s housing market may still be cooling, but there are fears in some quarters that “bubble fatigue” will pump it back up heading into the spring season.
What economist Benjamin Tal means when he uses that phrase is that home buyers are skeptical about whether the residential real estate market is heading for a sharp price and sales drop.”
– from ‘Home sales slip further, but signs of traction emerge’, The Globe and Mail, 4 Mar 2013
Okay, so just to clarify: ‘Bubble fatigue’ is the process whereby a person who has concerns about the market being overheated gets tired of those concerns, and is thus freed up to buy. Correct?
The webs of intrigue that our minds spin! Not to mention the minds of economists.
“Bubble Fatigue” added to our Bubblexicon, naturally.