Falling home prices hit people in their 30s
MINNEAPOLIS - Call it the underwater generation.
People in their 30s tend to be more mobile than older Americans, but many who bought homes in 2006 - at the height of the real-estate market - feel stuck. Falling home prices mean many of these young homeowners now owe tens of thousands more than what their houses are worth.
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