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Prince George's County gains ground despite foreclosures

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In a region that otherwise withstood the housing crisis, Prince George's County was the hardest hit. But the county's housing market is now improving, mirroring the experiences of its neighbors. While the county retains the ignominious distinction of leading Maryland in foreclosures, other housing factors are looking up. The median sales price jumped more than 6 percent last year, from $160,000...

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