North Carolina has had stronger growth in housing than the rest of the nation because of population growth, but isn’t overbuilt. That should shield the state from the worst of any recession, says John Graham, a finance professor at the Fuqua School of Business,
North Carolina has had stronger growth in housing than the rest of the nation because of population growth, but isn’t overbuilt. That should shield the state from the worst of any recession, says John Graham, a finance professor at the Fuqua School of Business, File photo
North Carolina has had stronger growth in housing than the rest of the nation because of population growth, but isn’t overbuilt. That should shield the state from the worst of any recession, says John Graham, a finance professor at the Fuqua School of Business, File photo

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