The foreclosure crisis has not been an equal opportunity disaster for the housing market. Everyone has been hurt but the impact has been much more brutal in some neighborhoods than others. It's emptied out some streets that are looking like ghost towns in the making while other neighborhoods have only had a handful of foreclosures and new residents moved right in. What's causing that and what does it mean for the future of Las Vegas?
Paul Bell, Pres, Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors
Dennis Smith, Pres, Homebuilders Research
Christopher Leinberger, Visiting Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Inst
Rich Copeland, Technical Producer, Nevada Public Radio