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AIR DATE: September 12, 2009

In our latest in our series, "Hope at Home: Facing the Mortgage Crisis," survivors of a disaster often feel guilty that they have survived. That feeling is striking buyers who are finding great deals in the wreckage of the Las Vegas housing market. Our on-air rebroadcast includes just Steve Friess' interview with a homebuyer and a realtor while one may listen to the entire conversation with all our guests online below.

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