Intro: A group ranging from state legislators and contractors to bankers and assessors met in Jefferson City Tuesday to discuss the Wall Street mortgage crisis.
The committee is a hodge podge of individuals impacted by the financial slowdown.
St. Louis Republican Representative Tim Jones was encouraged by the variety of opinions on the task force.
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Description: It's vital. It's extremely important because if we have a weak link in the chain and we don't have all the parties working together, it's going to take a lot longer for the industry to turn around.
The task force plans to meet at least three more times before the end of the year with hopes of finding some concrete ways to initiate positive changes in the housing market.
From the State Capitol, this is Brenda Martens.
Intro: A group of 16 people connected to the Missouri real estate market met Tuesday in Jefferson City in attempt to instill optimism in fearful consumers.
Brenda Martens has more from the State Capitol.
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