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The Winners in the Foreclosure Crisis

AIR DATE: June 11, 2009

Lezza Osburn, a local artist who, with her husband, is buying a foreclosed home in North Las Vegas.
Mario Comas, an investor who bought four houses in 2008, because the prices were so low.
Jeremy Aguero, Principal of Applied Analysis.
Many people have lost their homes to foreclosure or are in danger of losing them. New figures from the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors show, though, that the inventory of homes for sale is shrinking. Who's buying them? We talk with some investors and new home owners who seem to be winners in the foreclosure crisis.

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