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Fri October 26, 2012
High Hopes Over Housing
Sale prices are up for the first time in two years. Also, foreclosure activity has leveled off and mortgage rates are at rock bottom. But with the economy still uncertain, some wonder if this good fortune will be short-lived or, if the real estate sector could lead the economy into better times.
- Russ Thibeault - President of Applied Economic Research
- John Rice -President of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors
- Dean Christon -Exeuctive Director of the NH Housing Finance Authority, which assists those with low- and moderate-incomes to obtain safe and affordable housing.
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- Jim Bellville– Real estate agent in Southern New Hampshire and Vermont