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Housing's Still Too-Fragile Recovery
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The nation's infrastructure is crumbling. And because of the lack of leadership in Washington, state and municipal officials have been forced to come up with funding solutions on their own.
More people are renting rather than buying, breathing life into at least one sector of the real estate market.
Real estate professionals boast that the housing market is recovering. Let's just wait and see.
After 926 days, federal lawmakers have yet to pass legislation to fund the nation's infrastructure. And bad roads are bad for the economy.
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