2019 In Real Estate: Bursting Bubbles Or Best-In-Class?

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The U.S. real estate market took years to recover from the shock of the 2008 financial crisis. Though observers were pleased with the market in 2017 for the first time in nearly a decade, 2019 is already off to a rocky start, and so skeptics worry that another recession is en route.
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