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September 11, 2012

Coldwell CEO Says Rapid City Weathering Housing Crisis Well

Rapid City real estate market has not plunged as some markets across the nation did.

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KOTA TV

The CEO of Coldwell Banker tells KOTA TV that Rapid City's real estate market has dipped just one of the past eight years.

Housing prices have increased year-over-year, and real estate recovering is important to the overall economic recovery.

Learn more about Coldwell Banker at the company's website and about the Black Hills Association of Realtors at the organization's website.

 

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