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Eminent threat: What our cities can do to speed the recovery?

Oct 2013 cover
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Regardless of what any national firm or the federal government may wish, real estate always was and always will remain a local business, ruled by players on a local scale. No amount of federal legislation or federal regulatory oversight will change this.
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