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U.S. | 19 Nov 2020 More Evidence Signals a Slowing Housing Rebound, but no Relapse
It's tempting to think, in the wake of yesterday's strong October housing starts numbers and the dip in mortgage rates to record lows, that the market will continue to strengthen.

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19 Nov 2020 More Evidence Signals a Slowing Housing Rebound, but no Relapse

By Ian Shepherdson

It's tempting to think, in the wake of yesterday's strong October housing starts numbers and the dip in mortgage rates to record lows, that the market will continue to strengthen.

Posted: 19th Nov 2020 in 'U.S.'

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