The city of Los Angeles has kept a foreclosure registry for the last four years and, as of May 19, about 4,300 properties were included. Hardest hit are South L.A., the Eastside and parts of the San Fernando Valley. Properties on the list are almost twice as likely to have had at least one code enforcement complaint since the start of 2013. Read more: 'Blighted homes linger in L.A., frustrating neighbors.'
Interactive: Foreclosed properties still dragging down neighborhoods
Source: Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department. Map data (c) OpenStreetMap contributors. Note: Although properties are required to be on the list by Jan. 31, some are added as the year goes on.
Credits: Tim Logan, Sandra Poindexter, Doug Smith and Thomas Suh Lauder
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