Housing slump not hitting Carmel, Westfield too hard, experts say
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Since: Dec 07
#1 Feb 15, 2008
Hollibaugh said he's noticed building on some other projects also has slowed, but he said Carmel's situation is better than most. "Things aren't great here, but I don't think we have the same problems that a lot of communities do," Hollibaugh said.
Come on Mike, give us a break!
#2 Feb 15, 2008
The slump did not hit Carmel and Westfield too hard because the housing prices there never went up much more than inflation.
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Since: Dec 06
#3 Feb 18, 2008
No...it's because people are still attracted to some of the (arguable) best public schools in the state.
We're not dealing with rampant crime (yet), failing public infrastructure, poverty, rapid declines in housing prices, job losses (yet) and things that plague our neighbors in the county directly to our south.
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