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By Paul Camuto | Agent in Robbinsville, NJ

Housing Looking Stronger in 2010

Statistics on the the impact of the housing tax credit and a forward look into the 2010 real estate market.

http://www.slideshare.net/pcamuto/market-monitor-122509-housing-looking-stronger-in-2010

I am a NJ Real Estate Agent.  I focus in Mercer and Middlesex County Real Estate but service all of NJ.  Please visit my websites for more information about me and NJ Real Estate:

www.paulcamuto.com
www.ewing-real-estate.com
www.ewingnjhomes.com
www.ewinghomesforsale.com

Comments

By Dan Chase,  Wed Jan 6 2010, 20:38
Nar has been saying real estate would improve since the top of the bubble., Yun has been so far wrong it is amazing he still has a real job. Well, maybe he is being paid to be a NAR cheerleader instead of to be an honest economist.. Anyone who believes either one when they make a forecast is foolish at best. They have been saying things will improve the whole time the housing crash was going on.

For a better unbiased forecast, look below
http://www.housingpredictor.com/better.html

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