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Topic - Sy Harding
Today's housing investors are not like the infamous "flippers" who contributed to the housing bubble, however, as they are playing a more constructive role in restarting the engines of the long-stalled market, he said.
Sy Harding, a columnist at Forbes magazine, said the budding revival in the housing market this year may mark a tentative end to the long American nightmare.