Housing slump setting in

12/26/2007 | Washington Times, The

Housing foreclosures and price drops are reaching levels not seen since the Great Depression, while sales and new construction are at their lowest levels since 1990. As the slump continues, many owners will lose equity, which may make it harder for them to decide to sell.

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