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How America's foreclosure capital came back from the dead

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Whenever he wants to see his old house, Nezam Juman walks to the edge of his waterfront property and peers around the river's bend. He can just see the roof behind some trees. It was his dream home, paid for with a cash-out refinance just as housing prices were peaking in Fort Myers, Florida.
"I felt in Fort Myers, I could make it," says Juman, who moved there from expensive Broward County in 2001. He lingers, recalling the bamboo stairs and cherry ...

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