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  • Income Disparity Top Risk; Residential Foreclosures Dropping in California

    According to the World Economic Forum's report, the chronic gap between the incomes of the richest and poorest people is the risk that’s most likely to cause serious damage globally in the coming decade. The number of California residential properties pulled into the formal foreclosure process dropped to an eight-year low last quarter.

    National 22 January 2014 14:56

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