The housing market has made a remarkable – if partial – recovery since the disaster that befell it 10 years ago. In the years since the crisis, the market has recouped about two-thirds of the value it lost. But unlike in the early 2000s, when housing became a vehicle for broad-based middle-class wealth, today’s bull…
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