Sara Stevens

APCO Worldwide

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Daughter of the CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association, she works in healthcare policy

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The housing market usually leads the way out of recession, but this time around it's a drag on economic recovery.

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The housing market usually leads the way out of recession, but this time around it's a drag on economic recovery.

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