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It's unfair to blame real estate agents for high housing prices in region

July 23, 2006

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Homeowners like David Bookbinder (``Brokers helping to drive up Northeast housing prices," Globe North letter, July 16), who have had to carry two mortgages, know all too well that housing demand has slowed, but to point an accusatory finger at ``overzealous" brokers as the reason why home prices have risen so sharply in recent years is shortsighted and unfair. In ... (Full article: 463 words)

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