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Housing Bubble: Fact or Fiction?

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Pamela Crowley (Florida)

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http://list.realestate.yahoo.com/re/story....007/20021007601

This is the first article in what is going to be a series on this subject. Interesting.

At the bottom of the article is:

Tomorrow: Why the bubble will burst

Register now for Inman News Features' provocative two-day conference: "The Housing Bubble: Fact or Fiction?"

There is going to be a "Summit on the US Housing Market"
January 16-17 in Los Angeles
 

Steve Owen

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Good article, Pam. I don't think I'll be going to the conference, however. In my market, average appreciation rates have been in the 2 to 3 percent range in most areas. A bubble burst in San Francisco might ripple through the economy and eventually hurt us, but I don't think it would destroy us. Just one advantage to living in a very conservative area.
 
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