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‘‘Realtor’s Row’’ is the nickname Janelle Reagan (below, with son Sean) has given to her street, Kathy Drive in Haverhill, because of the display of for-sale signs at the street’s entrance.
‘‘Realtor’s Row’’ is the nickname Janelle Reagan (below, with son Sean) has given to her street, Kathy Drive in Haverhill, because of the display of for-sale signs at the street’s entrance. (Photos By Lisa Poole/For The Boston Globe) Photos By Lisa Poole/For The Boston Globe

Fear and anxiety in the housing market

As homes linger on the block, owners find it harder to deal with declining prices and the uncertainty of when they will be able to move

By Brenda J. Buote
Globe Staff / October 8, 2006

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HAVERHILL -- Janelle Reagan has a nickname for her suburban side street: ``Realtor's Row." The label refers to the array of for-sale signs that mark the entry to her Katherine Heights neighborhood. Each placard peddles a different condo, all of them nearly identical to hers. For Reagan, though, the signs aren't simply advertisements; they are a constant reminder of the ... (Full article: 1327 words)

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