Paul Leonard

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Director of the California office of the Center for Responsible Lending, a consumer advocacy group

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It looks like the housing market is back -- or at least well on its way.

Is the California Housing Market Bouncing Back?

It looks like the housing market is back -- or at least well on its way.

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The housing crisis hit California harder than any state except Florida.

Is California Giving Troubled Homeowners a Break?

The housing crisis hit California harder than any state except Florida.

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Between 2004 and 2008, Latinos received 30% of all California's home mortgages, but were subject to 48% of foreclosures.

Latinos Hit by Foreclosure Crisis

Between 2004 and 2008, Latinos received 30% of all California's home mortgages, but were subject to 48% of foreclosures.

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