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Forget Generation Rent: More Younger Americans Aim To Buy
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Professor Delivers A Crash Course In Real Estate Investing To Detroiters
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A realty sign in front of a home in The Lakes neighborhood in Las Vegas. Nevada, which was hit hard by the housing bust five years ago, remains the state with the highest number of homes with negative equity. Isaac Brekken/AP hide caption

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