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PBS NewsHour | Millions of Distressed Properties Stuck in 'Shaky' U.S. Housing Market | PBS

Duration: 12:30
Program: PBS NewsHour #10143
Broadcast Date: Aug. 30, 2011

The troubled U.S. housing market got some good news Tuesday with word that prices in four major cities are on the rise, but a full recovery still appears to be a long way off. Jeffrey Brown discusses why home sales remain "tepid" with Harvard Business School's Nicolas Retsinas and Inside Mortgage Finance's Guy Cecala.

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Post Date: August 30, 2011