LONG ANCHORED squarely in one of the weakest economic regions of the country, the Buffalo, N.Y., market actually fared better than many areas of the country economically during the recent recession. With the strength of its university and medical industry holding steady, and the relatively affordable housing market thanks to an exodus of steel-mill and manufacturing jobs in the last decade, the economic chill in Buffalo has begun to thaw. The market of about 1.13 million people is a ...

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