Happy Renters Don't Budge From Homeownership Sidelines
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Curt Nickisch
Friday, May 11, 2012 at 5:14 AM
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U.S. homeownership rates have fallen to their lowest point since 1997, despite the home buyer tax credit and enduring rock-bottom interest rates. Two years ago we profiled two couples who were renting with no regrets. Curt Nickisch of member station WBUR visits them again to see whether they've been lured into buying a home.

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