Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

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People haven’t been this optimistic about house prices since just before the crash – A majority of U.S. adults (64%) continue to believe home prices in their local area will increase over the next year, a survey by polling firm Gallup concluded. House prices are soaring and, despite.

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