CHICAGO -- KPMG Peat Marwick has concluded that real estate development and new construction will be at a standstill in most regions of the United States in 1992, a result of the recession and a continued imbalance of supply and demand.

The accounting firm's real estate study also suggested that two to three years will be required to work off the imbalance.

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