February 2012
Electrical Wholesaling;Feb2012, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p6
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The article reports that the housing market is finally on the right track, according to the chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), David Crowe. It states that economic and housing trends have improved, including the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data of the U.S. is increasing, unemployment is declining and consumer confidence is improving. It mentions that the mortgage rates are expected to remain low, however, it will be difficult to qualify for one.


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