Foreclosure Nation

Here is a fascinating graphic from the Washington Post about where in the US, by County, foreclosures have taken place, color coded by percentage. It is rather remarkable:

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Foreclosure-nation-.jpg Map courtesy of the Washington Post Foreclosure data from CoreLogic | Cristina Rivero and Mary Kate Cannistra/The Washington Post


Originally published at The Big Picture and reproduced here with the author’s permission.

4 Responses to “Foreclosure Nation”

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Let’s hope Florida doesn’t get hit by a big hurricane! Then a lot more homeowners will be under water and swimming away from their homes!

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