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Economic Insights: Is the U.S. Housing Recovery Built to Last?

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Sun, 5 May 2013

Housing is back.  It has added to overall economic growth since the middle of 2012.  Sales and building activity both have picked up, as, importantly, have residential real estate prices.  The growth will likely continue for the foreseeable future.  It will, however, almost certainly proceed at a s

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