FILE - In this Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 file photo, a sign advertises a house for sale in The Lakes neighborhood of Las Vegas. The real estate and home-building sectors in the area are improving, but slowly. Thousands of construction workers remain jobless. Kolleen Kelley, president of the Las Vegas-area Realtors Association, said her colleagues are bracing for slow progress, regardless of the election outcome. "I don't know that they're blaming any one person or one party," she said. "This is not a simple fix - it's going to take a longer period of time to get us out from under." (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)

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FILE - In this Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 file photo, a sign advertises a house for sale in The Lakes neighborhood of Las Vegas. The real estate and home-building sectors in the area are improving, but slowly. Thousands of construction workers remain jobless. Kolleen Kelley, president of the Las Vegas-area Realtors Association, said her colleagues are bracing for slow progress, regardless of the election outcome. "I don't know that they're blaming any one person or one party," she said. "This is not a simple fix - it's going to take a longer period of time to get us out from under." (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)
FILE - In this Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 file photo, a sign advertises a house for sale in The Lakes neighborhood of Las Vegas. The real estate and home-building sectors in the area are improving, but slowly. Thousands of construction workers remain jobless. Kolleen Kelley, president of the Las Vegas-area Realtors Association, said her colleagues are bracing for slow progress, regardless of the election outcome. "I don't know that they're blaming any one person or one party," she said. "This is not a simple fix - it's going to take a longer period of time to get us out from under." (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)
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