This city has risen from the ruins of foreclosure. Now, prices are up and there's a housing shortage. And the heroes aren't hedge fund investors or government regulators.
The state now holds a third of the nation's abandoned homes despite rising prices and improving sales.
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It faces a $10 million lawsuit as residents above its first proposed location in the city call its patrons 'drunk, disorderly, violent and criminal.'
North Dakota's oil boom has sent its GDP soaring, and it's minting 2,000 millionaires a year. But it also faces tough problems.
A housing group gets $27 million after saying that the bank took better care of seized properties in white communities than in those that were predominantly black or Latino.
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