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Nearly 1 in 5 Twin Cities homeowners owe more than homes are worth

Almost 18 percent of metro area homeowners were underwater in the third quarter, according to data from a California research firm. As the Pioneer Press reports, that's slightly higher than in the previous quarter.
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Almost 18 percent of metro area homeowners were underwater in the third quarter, according to data from a California research firm. As the Pioneer Press reports, that's slightly higher than in the previous quarter.

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