Bush dispenses housing market 'hoopla'

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First American Title economist Chris Cagan said it first: the Bush Administration will save the housing market in 2004. No doubt, listen to the president for the clues.

This week in a speech at a windy port in Charleston, S.C., President Bush interlaced his defense of the decision to go to war in Iraq with 30 seconds of hoopla about the housing market. He praised the climb in home ownership, the role the housing industry plays in the economy and the importance of the rising minority home ownership rate.