Poor sales spurred Lafferty Homes to stop building The Villas in Oakdale last autumn. ( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee )
Poor sales spurred Lafferty Homes to stop building The Villas in Oakdale last autumn. ( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee ) Modesto Bee
Poor sales spurred Lafferty Homes to stop building The Villas in Oakdale last autumn. ( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee ) Modesto Bee

'Plague' of foreclosures means little demand for building in San Joaquin Valley

May 28, 2008 02:52 AM

UPDATED May 28, 2008 07:45 AM

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