The Housing Market: Have We Finally Hit Bottom?

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Guests

Robert Shiller, economist, Yale University
Mihai Toma, investor and CEO of Toma Partners
Ashley Derrick, Atlanta realtor, Keller Knapp Realty

Following several years of decline, home prices are beginning to rebound in many regions of the country. Recent reports show fewer foreclosures in several of the hardest hit states. Many analysts believe it's safe to finally use the word "recovery."

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