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Economy: Housing Starts, Real Estate #138744

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 28, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Dennis Troute) The signs of recovery as shown in the construction of new homes and the sale of existing homes examined. [Winchester Homes Christopher ZELL - explains how housing helps the overall recovery.] [National Association of Home Builders CEO Kent COLTON - comments.] The continued real estate slump in the Northeast and in southern California outlined. [National Association of Realtors economist John TUCCILLO, new home owner John KEENIS - comment on the recovery.] Incoming President-elect Bill Clinton said likely to benefit from the upward trend in real estate.

Reporter(s):
Simpson, Carole;
Troute, Dennis
Duration:
00:02:10

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