El Paso home prices defy national trend

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Home prices remained up slightly in El Paso in the third quarter compared with a year ago -- one of only 28 markets showing an annual price increase, data released Tuesday show.

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Steve -El Paso-Rockport

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Nov 19, 2008
 
Da Olivas instead of acting like a used car salesman, should be more professional.

He has no idea what may be in store and I believe says the same thing every month. If he was president of the realtors in South Florida he would have said "BUY" even at its peak.

El Paso isn't immune to national trends. Things could get worse will Dan Olivas then give everyone a refund???
Thomas C

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Nov 19, 2008
 
Things could get worse, but unless you've seen some forecasts do you have any right to open your mouth? Seriously?

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