Last year's earthquake in Southern California had an unusually severe financial impact on the area's condominiums, Freddie Mac has found.

Many condo associations had no earthquake insurance or carried high deductibles, according to Michael K. Stamper, executive vice president of risk management at Freddie Mac, formally the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. As a result, many associations were forced to dissolve and their members lost their homes.

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