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Redefining Home Ownership

Generations of Americans have strived to achieve the “American Dream,” but with changing trends come changing realities.  Jim Kirchherr sits down with our expert guests to discuss a particular facet of the American Dream:  Homeownership.  Is owning a home for everyone?  How has the mortgage crisis impacted our region, and what are the trends across the US?

We’re seeing an increase in the appetite of people wanting to achieve homeownership.”

- Nate Johnson

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