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see all posts subscribe Aaron Crowe Aaron Crowe has worked as a journalist at newspapers and websites.

 A former newspaper journalist, Aaron Crowe is a freelance writer who specializes in personal finance, real estate and insurance for various websites, including Wisebread, insurance websites,, and AOL.

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Sheree R. Curry, who has owned four homes, is a three-time, award-winning journalist who has covered real estate for a decade. During her 20-year career, her articles have appeared regularly in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and other business publications. She lives in a Minneapolis suburb. Read her blog.

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Kent Zelas has been an editor and writer at the Los Angeles Times, The Orange County Register, Hearst Newspapers, The California Endowment and The Pew Center on the States. At AOL, he's worked at AOL Jobs, WalletPop and various Patch websites. He's a graduate of the University of California, Irvine.

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With housing prices sinking in ostensibly recession-proof cities, do you think your market has bottomed out yet?
Yes - We've hit rock bottom and things are starting to turn around. 578 (17.4%)
No - Double-dip, extended single-dip -- whatever you want to call it. Things will get worse before they get better.1970 (59.4%)
Maybe - But why jinx it? Perception has as much to do with local home prices as employment rates.766 (23.1%)
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