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Economy: Housing #953008

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 21, 2009
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(Studio: David Gregory) The rise in existing home sales cited.

(Washington: Diana Olick) The surge in home sales due to a tax credit for first time buyers and low prices featured; statistics on sales and prices cited; scenes shown from a bus tour of foreclosed properties. [Bargain hunter Don LARSON†, realtor Bob LUCIDO††- comment on buying foreclosed homes.] [Real estate analyst Spencer RASCOFF†- says it’s not a true real estate recovery.]

(Studio: David Gregory) Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke’s assessment of the economy noted; Stock Market Report.

Gregory, David;
Olick, Diana

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