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Where is the Foreclosure Crisis the Worst?

October 10th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

There is an interesting map that show the distribution of foreclosure properties throughout the United States.  You can find the map at http://data.newyorkfed.org/creditconditions/ It is courtesy of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  California and Florida are still the worst states for these types of properties.  What’s especially useful about the map is that you can click on a county and it will show the data for that location.

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