Inner cities are getting mauled by foreclosuresBy
A new study by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City says that inner cities are being harmed even worse than other parts of the country by the foreclosure crisis. In 2007, 0.63% of residences in inner cities were taken over by banks, vs. 0.31% of residences in the rest of the country.
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