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The Sloan Report

Apr 7, 2008
Allan Sloan of Fortune magazine thinks Treasury Secy. Henry M. Paulson's bailout plan doesn't have much chance without legislation connected to it. Scott Jagow talks to Sloan about bailouts, the Fed and the rest of us.
Posted In: Economy

Rice prices rise up to 70%

Apr 7, 2008
As rice prices continue to rise, key rice-growing countries have imposed export restrictions leading to even tighter supplies. Countries needing big rice purchases are in for sticker shock. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Economy

Where do we go from here?

Apr 4, 2008
Politicians on both sides of the aisle are wrangling over their proposed fixes to the housing mess, Tess asks Nick Retsinas about possible solutions and reforms.
Posted In: Housing

Getting Personal

Apr 4, 2008
In this special housing edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about saving for a home, renting to own and reverse mortgages.
Posted In: Housing

The science of buying a home

Apr 4, 2008
Looking for a formula to aid your house hunting? Commentator and MIT professor Dan Ariely says science doesn't have much to offer us when it comes to finding the right home.
Posted In: Housing

Buying a bank-owned home

Apr 4, 2008
Homes that banks are eager to unload can be a big bargain for buyers willing to put in some elbow grease. Marianne Russ visits bank-owned homes to see if you really get what you pay for.
Posted In: Housing

Rewinding real estate

Apr 4, 2008
The older the listing, the more desperate the seller, right? Maybe not. Dan Grech explains the controversial way some sellers turn back the clock on their listings.
Posted In: Housing

Our first house

Apr 4, 2008
With all the negative housing news, a glimmer of hope: falling prices mean many people can now afford a new home. We meet a couple moving into their first house this weekend.
Posted In: Housing

A problem of perception

Apr 4, 2008
The way we think about our homes has changed drastically over the years. Tess asks Chris Thornberg if the American dream of home ownership for all is realistic anymore.
Posted In: Housing

Ghost Town USA

Apr 4, 2008
Tess Vigeland tours the wasteland of foreclosed homes near Stockton, California, and meets a family that's resorted to squatting in their own home.
Posted In: Housing

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