Real Estate With the stock market still on shaky ground, Americans looking to make good investments are turning to real estate. Although experts say the current house-buying boom probably won't last long, NPR's Madeleine Brand reports that the job market and low interest rates will keep drawing people to invest in homes for now.
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With the stock market still on shaky ground, Americans looking to make good investments are turning to real estate. Although experts say the current house-buying boom probably won't last long, NPR's Madeleine Brand reports that the job market and low interest rates will keep drawing people to invest in homes for now.