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Subject:  Re: The Global Housing Boom Date:  2/16/2006  5:37 PM
Author:  pussinboots1 Number:  7599 of 14295

Do you mean nominal price falls, or real price falls?

Prices in U.S. Dollars. I.e. nominal or non-inflation-adjusted prices.

Also, it's necessary to take account of the fact that the US market is not really one market

My prediction was for US simple average sale prices. I.e. sum up all sales within the US for a particular year, divide by the number of homes sold.

Puss
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