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Los Angeles Has Lowest US Homeownership Rate, But 7th Most Expensive Rents

The grand prize for lowest homeownership rate in the US goes to … Los Angeles! The post Los Angeles Has Lowest US Homeownership Rate, But 7th Most Expensive Rents was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the mone...
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