Guest Host: Steve Roberts

Home inventories continue to rise despite record low interest rates. The administration is turning its attention to the struggling housing market. What it could mean for buyers, renters and the economy as a whole.

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  • Thomas Lawler founder of Lawler Economic & Housing Consulting, LLC, former senior vice president of Fannie Mae.
  • Dina ElBoghdady covers the real estate market for the Washington Post.
  • Guy Cecala Publisher of Inside Mortgage Finance Publications

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