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Today, a major concern in the real estate industry is deflation. With a large housing stock being sold out of foreclosure and many sellers wising to lock in profits the market is skewed towards ever lowering prices. Add to this potential buyers knowing the piece of property they want may be cheaper in the future we see a spiral setting up where it will be a long time before a bottom is reached.

We need to also factor in changes in life style. With marriage being put off until a person's late 20's there is not the constant influx of new buyers setting up households. Add in job uncertainty and there is a driver for young adults to stay home in order for the family to offer mutual support and maintain a certain shared lifestyle.

This issue will take time to play out and per today's WSJ the lower lending rate, people borrowing less money, shows a reluctance to take on debt.

Steve Lucas

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