Housing bubble hasn’t burst everywhere in U.S.

Economic savants focused on the U.S. housing bust tend to neglect one overriding fact: Some of the market is doing fine. Some home markets have flown under the global media screen and are benefiting from employment, population surges and moderate increases in housing prices that are close to or below the national average. Where are…

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