SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Association of Realtors appears to have uncovered new evidence that a housing recovery is underway: More people signed up for its conference than it thought would sign up. About 21,000 Realtors signed up to attend the Realtors Conference and Expo in San Francisco, 10 percent more than the organization originally anticipated, said NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun at the conference's "Residential Economic Issues and Trend Forum." Yun said the higher-than-expected attendance is in no small part due to the fact that home sales have jumped 20 percent and home prices have shot up 18 percent in the last two years. “Your incomes are rising, you’re seeing more activity, that’s why more are here,” he said. That’s particularly true, he added, becau...
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