Against All Odds

The story of how 17 firms found a way to grow and prosper in the worst of times.

  • How the recovery in housing really started late in the third quarter of 2011 when unit sales turned up for the first time – without benefit of tax credits – since 2005.
  • How housing really started late in the third quarter of 2011 when unit sales turned up for the first time – without benefit of tax credits – since 2005.
  • How the prices of homes being sold, depending on the market one found oneself in, declined in a range from 15 percent to 55 percent.

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