How the credit crunch might be helping the housing slump spread

The National Association of Realtor’s new fourth-quarter 2007 housing report, which shows median home prices dropping in every region of the nation and home sales declining in all but a couple states, is more than just another depressing snapshot. It is the group’s first quarterly report that reflects the nationwide credit-tightening brought on by the subprime mortgage mess.

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