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Housing prices put at or near low

Study sees slump ending in Boston

For sale signs hang outside a development in the Boston Suburbs. (Globe photo)

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By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / October 23, 2006

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James Corbett, 76, and his wife, Lorraine, 71, put their five-bedroom home in Danvers on the market in March for $539,900. Six months later it is still for sale -- for $40,000 less. (Full article: 1047 words)

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