Source: MoneyBeat

Category: Markets, Real Estate, Video

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One Response to “U.S. Cities Where Prices Are Actually Falling”

  1. VennData says:

    Two cities in Oklahoma and one in Iowa. Really? No one wants to live in the looniest red state of the loony red states?

    Young people are moving away from places with no opportunity save inbound telemarketing jobs created by their low taxes. Norfolk? These places are more doomed than they were a generation or two ago when they were really doomed.

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