Real Estate

Low rates and bullish company calls mean these building-material plays look good. 
Time to revisit a group that's scared investors lately.
The fundamentals suggest these stocks should be much lower.
The recent weakness in Toll Brothers and D.R. Horton offers investors good entry points.
The stall in the residential housing market is probably temporary.
The Trulia deal will create the one-stop shopping experience for real estate.
These two firms get high grades from two rigorous strategies.
There are signs that the U.K. real estate market has maxed out.
The technicals line up well, and low interest rates should continue to help.

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You can still find value plays in the housing sector. 

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