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Number of closings in Minnesota was 9 percent behind the 2012 pace.
Mr. Jim Buchta,I hate to say it but you are beginning to sound a lot like the A/P writers. You start out with some down things but then you always wind up with everything will be just fine. The experts are always right. You know sir, the numbers that you always cite do not always tell the true picture. Sales will be down since the young people are not getting married and do not have the good jobs to buy the high priced homes that always seem to be scarrted all through your words. And the birth rate is way down and no one can afford them these days. And the Baby Boomers are looking to get out of their homes if they can since their kids are gone, long gone. And the new jobs pay very little. How can you buy a home with $13.00 per hour paying? What I see is that as the boommers move to Florida and Texas then where are the ones with the money to buy your silver thoughts??
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