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Detroit is in a fight for survival following bankruptcy -- but are there signs of life for housing in the city?

Sept 2013 cover
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Detroit has long been known as one of the housing markets that was hit the hardest during the housing crisis. Even recently, RealtyTrac deemed the city the best place to find a fixer-upper based solely on the number of homes available for under $100,000, an indicator that home price appreciation has yet to catch up in the city.
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