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July 12, 2012 5:00 AM

Nearly 7,000 homes in Wichita area financially “underwater”

In the first quarter, 7.4 percent of Wichita area homes with mortgages, or 6,913 homes, were “underwater,” meaning more was owed on the mortgage than the house was worth, according to real estate research firm CoreLogic.

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