12-06-19: Data Shows 2020 Might Be A Tough Year For Big City Housing Markets


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According to one of the largest housing statistic databases, home sales will drop in 2020 and the housing shortage could become the worst in U.S. history.

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TRIVIA QUESTION: "Today, in the United States, our GDP is equal to about $20.5 TRILLION. Looking back over time, WHAT was our GDP in 1933 when President Roosevelt took office? And, for the years 1960 through 2018, WHAT was the AVERAGE size of the U.S. GDP?"

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