Naples, Fla., Still the Most Overvalued; Dallas and College Station-Bryan, Tex., Are the Most Undervalued

Peter Coy

Now that you've read the headline you don't need to read the item--that about sums it up. But in case you want some details: Global Insight Inc., the Waltham (Mass.) economic forecaster, and National City Corp. of Cleveland came out today with their quarterly analysis of which of the nation's top 317 housing markets are overvalued and undervalued.

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