10 Market Facts for Uncertain Times (PowerPoint Slides)

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Jeanne Dufort
Madison and Lake Oconee GA
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Terrific information, Josh - #7 may be the most important of all.  When median home prices match up well to median incomes, and rates are at historic lows - that bodes well for home ownership.

September 28, 2010 10:38 AM
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E.J. "Mike" Carlier
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If the economy continues to build momentum, and if the jobless rate declines jsut a little, we could see substantial recovery in the housing market.  We will still have the problem of a half generation of people with incomes to support a home move up, but negative equity has frozen them to their current homes. 

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