Posted Monday, January 28, 2013
There's some good real estate news for a region battered by years of bad news : Home sales in Northeast Ohio's rose last year to their highest level in at least four years. And this year could be even better as interest rates stay low and demand remains high. There will be tighter lending restrictions, though. And sales and home prices still are not back to their pre-recession levels. The real estate recovery, Monday morning at 9 with host Mike McIntyre on the Sound of Ideas.
Yuki Noguchi, Correspondent, National Public Radio
Tom Finnegan, President, First Merit Mortgage
Carl DeMusz, Chief executive officer of the Northern Ohio Regional Multiple Listing Service
Joanne Zettl, Chairman of the Cleveland Area Board of Realtors.
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