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AIR DATE: August 27, 2009

Home ownership was once the great builder of wealth for most Americans. But where should we turn now that homes are so far under water? Las Vegas Valley home prices seem destined to stay flat even as housing elsewhere in the country expands. We talk with City National Bank's Chief Economist, Rich Weiss, who's visiting Nevada to talk about investment strategies. It's part of our continuing series "Hope at Home: Facing the Mortgage Crisis."

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