Are Landlords Locking Renters Into the Market?

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Housing prices in the U.S. hit a peak in 2006, but since the market crashed in 2007, things have been mostly downhill from there. Until now. In recent months, many real estate experts have expressed confidence that the U.S. housing market has finally hit bottom and is beginning to turn around.

That rebound comes mostly as a result of the actions of one major group: Investors. But while most people feel that a positive shift in real estate prices is long overdue, some critics feel that investors cause some problems of their own — and may even be preventing the housing market from recovering. Learn about the issue from both sides in my new article on GoBankingRates.com: http://bit.ly/QwiGzA

 

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