Amid Boom, Experts Divided on Housing Market

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In some real estate markets in the U.S., prices have risen as much as 170 percent in the last five years. The phenomenon has some economists scratching their heads in bewilderment. Two housing experts, Karl Case and Bruce Karatz, offer their thoughts on a housing bubble that seemingly won't burst.

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