There's truth to this.
Price are higher than ever, but buyer sentiment is at a low, and sales are slowing despite low mortgage rates right now:
In April 2021, the median home listing price reached an all-time high of $375,000, up 17.2% compared to last year. But, 47% of respondents to Fannie Mae’s April National Housing Survey said it was a good time to buy a home, the lowest in the survey’s history. That supports the March 2021 stats that show existing-home sales fell 3.7% from the prior month to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 6.01 million. Freddie Mac is also projecting declining mortgage originations in 2021.