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July 4, 2015

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Where recent out-of-state homebuyers are based

Although most sales in the local real estate market in 2009 have been short sales or foreclosure properties, movement in the market isn't being propelled solely by bargain-hunting investors. A majority of the homes sold this year are likely to be occupied by the their owners. But for about 40 percent of the homes sold, annual tax bills will be sent to a different address. The map shows how many tax bills for homes bought in 2009 will be sent to each state other than Nevada.

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