In ths 2012 photo, a work van and trailer are parked near unwanted furniture next to the home, left, that Toby Lopez and his family had been renting for the prevous two years in the Anatolia neighborhood of Rancho Cordova. The home was being foreclosed, and the family was moving to Missouri. The home on the far left had also just gone through a foreclosure. At the time, more than half of homeowners in the Sacramento region owed more than their homes were worth, amounting to about $21 billion in negative equity.
In ths 2012 photo, a work van and trailer are parked near unwanted furniture next to the home, left, that Toby Lopez and his family had been renting for the prevous two years in the Anatolia neighborhood of Rancho Cordova. The home was being foreclosed, and the family was moving to Missouri. The home on the far left had also just gone through a foreclosure. At the time, more than half of homeowners in the Sacramento region owed more than their homes were worth, amounting to about $21 billion in negative equity. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
In ths 2012 photo, a work van and trailer are parked near unwanted furniture next to the home, left, that Toby Lopez and his family had been renting for the prevous two years in the Anatolia neighborhood of Rancho Cordova. The home was being foreclosed, and the family was moving to Missouri. The home on the far left had also just gone through a foreclosure. At the time, more than half of homeowners in the Sacramento region owed more than their homes were worth, amounting to about $21 billion in negative equity. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

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