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Las Vegas Area Subdivision Becomes Ghost Town Due To Foreclosure Crisis

Ethan Miller/Getty Images

NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV – AUGUST 29: A no trespassing sign and graffiti are seen on the side of a house at the abandoned Desert Mesa subdivision August 29, 2010 in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The North Las Vegas Housing Authority stared the project in 2004, but the entire subdivision, which includes about a dozen finished houses that were never lived in, has since fallen into foreclosure and is now owned by the FDIC. The city plans to demolish the boarded up and vandalized homes if the FDIC does not ensure they come into compliance. Nevada continues to lead the nation in foreclosures, unemployment and bankruptcies. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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