Housing market slips into depression territory

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    What's this "revving back to live" the article speaks of?

    Did all this "trickle up" miss the housing market?

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    Foreclosures adding to housing surplus inventory...
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    13% Of All US Homes Are Vacant
    March 29th, 2011 — High residential vacancies are killing many housing markets, as foreclosed homes sit on the market and depress sale prices and property values.
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    US house prices still falling fast
    Tuesday 29th March, 2011 - House prices in the United States have sunk to new lows.
     
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    One way to put foreclosed homes to good use - house the homeless...
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    Squatters say foreclosed homes beat homeless shelters
    December 21, 2011, They may lack heat and a consistent water supply, but the vacant dwellings aren't as 'depressing,' as one New York mother puts it. Advocates say the number of squatters nationwide is rising.
     
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