Where would I find stats for how many first time homebuyers there were in California in 2011?

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December 27 2011 - US
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WOW, that's a good question. I'm a big fan of Google, so when ever I have a question I try that first. Your local Board of Realtors Association's web site and the DRE might be a good source as well.
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