'Marketplace' Report: Affordable Manhattan?

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It might get a little easier to move on up to the East Side. New York City recently released records that show condos and co-ops in prime Manhattan neighborhoods are selling for less than their purchase prices. Madeleine Brand talks with Bob Moon about why New York and other once-solid real estate markets are seeing trouble.



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