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Detroit's real estate rebound partner is Washington D.C., of all places. While D.C. followed more of a bubble-bust-rebound plot line, Detroit might just be doing a bit better than the rest of the country these days for refusing to bloat up like a bubble in the first place. What do Detroit and D.C. share then? While there are likely a number of factors at play, housing demand is likely rising in part to a feature they share. In both cases, their regional economies have been stimulated by the government. [Yahoo]