Denver Foreclosures

Although Alan Greenspan may be looking for a bottom in housing soon, the folks in Denver, Colorado are not so lucky: USA Today has a surprisingly ugly Google mashup of the foreclosures in a neighborhood in Denver. 

Lenders foreclosed on about 7,700 homes in Denver last
year; officials expect 11,000 this year, mirroring a national increase.
Among the neighborhoods hardest hit was this corner of the Green Valley
Ranch subdivision.

The map shows foreclosures since late 2006 in Red


Thanks, Doug.


Mortgage defaults force Denver exodus
Brad Heath and Charisse Jones
USA TODAY, April 4, 2008 01:11 PM ET

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