By now, you’ve heard that there’s a lot of bad news out there about foreclosing on your property.

A recent report from California’s Office of the Attorney General estimates that at least 6 million Californians are facing foreclosure this year, and a new report from Consumer Watchdog puts the number at 7.5 million.

That means more than 2 million Californias people are facing a foreclosure this month alone, with millions more on the way.

But where did all of that bad news come from?

The real story here is that many of these forecloses are happening because of the massive wave of California’s historic water shortages.

What are the causes of California water shortages?

California has been experiencing a severe water shortage for decades, with the state struggling to meet demand in the past.

That’s caused by an oversupply of groundwater, which is the primary source of drinking water for most of the state.

In the past few years, however, California’s groundwater levels have been steadily declining due to drought, forcing many homeowners to take out water-related mortgages and paying off their loans.

California is one of the top 10 states in the country in terms of its total water use, and the drought has exacerbated that problem.

As a result, California has a water shortage that is out of control.

Water shortages aren’t limited to the state’s water-rich mountains.

The problem is also a statewide one, with many Californias cities and counties experiencing significant water shortages and widespread property damage due to flooding.

The California drought is also affecting the water supply for millions of residents across the state, who are now forced to purchase water for their homes, which can cause severe shortages, and in some cases, even lead to the eviction of residents.

How to Avoid Water-Severe ForeclosuresIn the past year, California Governor Jerry Brown has introduced legislation to address the crisis, including requiring that all homes sold by developers in the state receive water and providing that every water customer who is affected by a water-supply shortage must have a water meter installed.

But many of the new measures also have a catch: they only apply to developers who have their properties water-qualified.

California law also requires developers to provide the public with information about the water quality of the aquifer, and requires developers who receive federal funds to provide that information.

However, some developers are still ignoring these mandates.

As part of the California Department of Finance’s latest budget proposal, for example, it proposes a $3.6 billion water tax, which it claims will cover about 50 percent of the total costs of the drought.

This is a bit misleading, however: this plan only applies to developers that are subject to the law, not to those that are not.

The $3 billion tax, however is far from a panacea.

It’s also far from universal.

In some areas, the proposed tax will only cover a fraction of the cost of the crisis.

According to the report, for instance, only about 15 percent of Californias property owners will be able to get water under the new rules, while in the Northern California region, only a few percent of property owners in that region will be covered.

That means the water tax will probably only cover about 5 percent of all Californias water needs.

And in the Central Valley, which has the highest amount of water needs in the U.S., the proposed $3 million tax would only cover 4.6 percent of water use.

So, if you live in California and want to make sure your property isn’t impacted by a foreclosed home, here are some things to consider.

If you’re not subject to a water tax in your area, you should consider the following:Before you go to the bank to apply for a mortgage, be sure you have enough water in your system to last a month or two.

In some places, this is not possible, and you’ll be left with water that is too salty to drink, and so it can’t be used for drinking or cooking.

Also, don’t buy a home with a water bill that doesn’t cover all of the water you use.

Many lenders will only provide loans for loans with a minimum water usage of 40 percent of your home’s total water usage.

If you’re looking to buy a house, you want to know how much water you’re paying for every month.

Also, check to see if your water bills cover the cost or any other water-usage-related fees, such as sewer fees, that may be on the table.

If they’re not, be wary.

If you have a mortgage and you’re concerned about your water usage, it’s important to make a plan to avoid a water crisis.

First, you’ll need to get a list of water users in your neighborhood.

The more you know about your