By Brian Honea
One of the main points in President Barack Obama’s speech about housing in Phoenix on Thursday was how far the housing industry has come since the bust of 2008 and particularly since he took office in January 2009. The president admitted that the housing market has not come all the way back yet and there is still work to be done. But did he overestimate just how far the housing market has come and the role his administration’s policies have played in the recovery? It’s possible, according to one analyst.
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