The U.S. housing market features a surprising number of bright spots amid the gloom, writes June Fletcher.
June Fletcher is Guestwriter for Newsweek. She is also the “House Talk” columnist for the online arm of The Wall Street Journal, where she was a reporter for 13 years. She’s the former editor-in-chief of the newspaper Homes Today and a former award-winning senior editor of BUILDER magazine. Her 2005 book House Poor, which foretold the housing collapse, was chosen as The Washington Post’s Color of Money book of the month.