Concerns over potential housing bubble in the US
The crash in the US housing market back in 2008 led to one of the biggest worldwide recessions.
The market's recovery is being closely watched, and is seen as a key factor in overall global economic health. Although the signs are improving, there is also evidence of a potential bubble.
The BBC's Samira Hussain reports from Brooklyn, New York, one area where home prices are soaring.
- From the section Business