From the richest subdivisions of east Medford, Ore., to the poorest neighborhoods west of the railroad tracks, 436 mostly bank-owned houses sit vacant, often attracting vagrants and drug users and creating a nuisance for their neighbors. “This thing pisses me off,” says Joshua Prince, 27, pointing to a boarded-up house on Beatty Street where he’s had to shoo away vagrants.

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