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Investors seem eager to finance housing

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Joel Shine, chief executive officer of Woodside Homes, raised $228 million in a debt and equity recapitalization in October, two years after the Salt Lake City- based builder exited bankruptcy.

Investment bankers now are pushing closely held Woodside to sell stock publicly or issue debt as the home-construction industry bounces back from the real estate crash, he said.

Source: Bloomberg
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