Based on a number of factors, including less time on market, fewer distressed properties and appreciating home prices, the gains seen in the 2012 housing market are likely to continue into 2013, according to a recent survey by Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance. November numbers show homes are being sold at a quick pace, with time-on-market for nondistressed falling from 14.5 weeks to 12.2 since last November. 

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