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Houston home prices may rise, post-Harvey

Displaced buyers and renters will compete for a limited number of properties, say real estate specialists

Thousands of flooded homeowners did not have flood insurance, putting them and their mortgage lenders in peril of default, say real estate agents.


IT MIGHT seem like Houston's historic flood would make America's fourth-largest city a less desirable place to live, but it's going to get more expensive, real estate experts say.

The supply of houses and apartments is expected to drop sharply with tens of thousands of homes...

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