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Sizing Up the U.S. Housing Market, From Hot to Not

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Sizing Up the U.S. Housing Market, From Hot to Not
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Lennar co-CEO Richard Beckwitt named the strongest and weakest housing markets on the company’s latest earnings call. Why New Jersey and Florida are hot, and Austin and Seattle are not.