SAN ANTONIO — The market for variable-rate housing bonds is not likely to recover until 2011, even if the Obama administration comes through with plans for $15 billion of liquidity, finance experts told the National Council of State Housing Agencies conference here.

Until banks normalize their operations after 18 months of unprecedented upheaval, letters of credit and other liquidity provisions will remain rare and costly, they said.

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