Speed of Housing Downturn Surprises Homeowners

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The real estate market has made a surprisingly quick downturn in some parts of the country. The change in direction has left many homeowners holding property they can't sell at the price they would like, or need, to get.

Lynn Neary speaks with Ilyce Glink, who writes the nationally syndicated column "Real Estate Matters."



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