Realtors group cites fewer people buying their first home

02/26/2013 | Boston Herald

First-time buyers are harder to find despite a recovering housing market, meaning people in starter homes looking to move up may have a hard time selling, the National Association of Realtors says. First-time buyers normally account for 40% of home sales, but that number has dropped to as low as 30% in recent years.

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