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Housing prices: No rebound in sight

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Housing prices are likely to keep falling the rest of this year, and probably won't show much improvement next year either, according to a survey of economists.

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A CNNMoney exclusive survey of 27 economists showed the battered housing market is facing myriad problems and won't turn around anytime soon.

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