Across the U.S., Long Recovery Looks Like Recession

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Across the U.S., Long Recovery Looks Like Recession

NY Times
By MICHAEL POWELL and MOTOKO RICH
Published: October 12, 2010

This is not what a recovery is supposed to look like.

In Atlanta, the Bank of America tower, the tallest in the Southeast, is nearly a fifth vacant, and bank officials just wrestled a rent cut from the developer. In Cherry Hill, N.J., 10 percent of the houses on the market are so-called short sales, in which sellers ask for less than they owe lenders. And in Arizona, in sun-blasted desert subdivisions, owners speak of hours cut, jobs lost and meals at soup kitchens…

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