Developments in U.S. housing market

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A new U.S. study shows Latinos are being targeted more for housing discrimination. The survey of 3 major cities revealed that they’re treated negatively in over 40% of real estate deals compared to their white counterparts.

CCTV’s Ginger Vaughn reports from Houston, which has the country’s third-largest Hispanic population.

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Hispanics facing obstacles in U.S. housing

Hispanics facing obstacles in U.S. housing

A new U.S. study shows Latinos are being targeted more for housing discrimination. The survey of 3 major cities revealed that they're treated negatively in over 40% of real estate deals compared to their white counterparts. CCTV's Ginger Vaughn reports from Houston, which has the country's third-largest Hispanic population.
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U.S. home ownership is at a 19-year low according to the Census Bureau. Some are still wary of a housing market crash like the 2008 crisis, while others blame the weak recovery. For a deeper look at what’s holding homebuyers back, CCTV’s Michelle Makori interviews Jeff Tanenbaum, Halstead Property Real Estate Salesperson.

Jeff Tanenbaum on U.S. Housing Market

Jeff Tanenbaum on U.S. Housing Market

U.S. home ownership is at a 19-year low according to the Census Bureau. Some are still wary of a housing market crash like the 2008 crisis, while others blame the weak recovery. For a deeper look at what's holding homebuyers back, CCTV's Michelle Makori interviews Jeff Tanenbaum, Halstead Property Real Estate Salesperson.
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Some real estate markets around the U.S. still haven’t made a full recovery. However, others seem to be picking up steam, thanks to some bargain hunters snapping up properties around the U.S. As CCTV’s Nitza Soledad Perez reports, one particular group is at the forefront of this shopping spree.

For homebuyers paying cash, bargains aplenty

For homebuyers paying cash, bargains aplenty

Some real estate markets around the U.S. still haven't made a full recovery. However, others seem to be picking up steam, thanks to some bargain hunters snapping up properties around the U.S. As CCTV's Nitza Soledad Perez reports, one particular group is at the forefront of this shopping spree.
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