Columnist Barry Ritholtz says the U.S. housing recovery is similar to that of the economy overall: It is slowly improving, but faces headwinds. It remains highly regional, unevenly distributed, with the top end doing better than the rest.
Columnist Barry Ritholtz says the U.S. housing recovery is similar to that of the economy overall: It is slowly improving, but faces headwinds. It remains highly regional, unevenly distributed, with the top end doing better than the rest. MARK CROSSE The Fresno Bee
Columnist Barry Ritholtz says the U.S. housing recovery is similar to that of the economy overall: It is slowly improving, but faces headwinds. It remains highly regional, unevenly distributed, with the top end doing better than the rest. MARK CROSSE The Fresno Bee

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