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January 23, 2013 11:36 AM

Foreclosures, default notices plummet in valley

Foreclosures have fallen drastically in the Northern San Joaquin Valley, dropping to a six-year low, just released data shows. Only 512 Stanislaus County homes were lost to foreclosure during October, November and December 2012. That’s the lowest number since early 2007.

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