The story of the implosion of America's housing market as told through the prism of a single spanish-style home in mid city Los Angeles: Lot 354. Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal tugs on a thread of the history of this quaint three-bedroom home, and what unravels is the story of the housing bubble and its messy burst.
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