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What Makes Nonperforming Notes So Famous Among Investors

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 Rajib Dam (November 22, 2012)  What Are Nonperforming Notes Nonperforming Notes are a commercial definition of some particular properties which are unsustainable and are proved as default properties for mortgage debt. For modern investors, these notes are hot subject to try their investment skills. For several lucrative investors, these notes are their bread and butter. Since two years, many people are tending .. (Foreclosures)

What you can achieve from NIAX auctions?

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 Rajib Dam (October 03, 2012)  Due to current global economic crisis, property owners are selling their properties in order to fight back the crisis. This kind of thing happens with those whose properties are mortgaged with any banking institutions or lenders or financers. Economic crisis is compelling them to go in for foreclosure option. This saves them also from being defaulter. On getting consent from the owners, . (Foreclosures)

Online Real Estate Auction: What Factors are Necessarily to be Aware of?

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 Rajib Dam (September 27, 2012)  Are you buying real estate property online? Doing extensive research and making price comparison are very prerequisites. Remember that it is seriously big deal. So, every step you make should be careful so that you might not repine latter at your choice and decision. In fact, real estate buying from any sort of platform requires applying prudence and experience. Often in auction, the .. (Foreclosures)

Huge Charge Against Ally After Foreclosure Settlement

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 Karen Anne (February 28, 2012)  Ally Financial Inc. is a renowned name among the leading mortgage servicing companies in the United States. The representatives of this agency and the federal officers of different states discussed various topics for settling the alleged abuse regarding improper foreclosure practices. In the discussion session, this agency was charged with a huge compensation of nearly $270 million .. (Foreclosures)

Six Unauthorized Companies Sued by Attorneys in Nevada

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 Karen Anne (February 27, 2012)  Attorney Shawn Christopher from Henderson and Attorney Nicholas Boylan from San Diego declared that they will be suing six unauthorized companies which have been handling foreclosure cases in Nevada. They had filed a lawsuit in December against these six companies in the District Court in Clark County. They are seeking legal remedy for 16 complainants in Nevada and many other plaintiffs . (Foreclosures)

Monmouth County Homeowners Will Get Free Review for Foreclosure Cases

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 Karen Anne (February 23, 2012)  It has been announced from the Office of Consumer Affairs in Monmouth County that the homeowners of the area whose properties were foreclosed in the span of 2009-10 will be called for independent foreclosure case review at no cost. Director of Consumer Affairs, Annmarie Howley said, “If you underwent foreclosure action in 2009 or 2010, a review of your case may be a good idea. A .. (Foreclosures)

Second Chance of Getting a Dream House: Las Vegas Foreclosure Homes

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 Rose Andersen (February 21, 2012)  A good way of looking at Las Vegas foreclosure homes is that they have already created a market that is as competitive and rich as you can imagine it to be. This is because a lot of Las Vegas foreclosure homes in the past were greatly affected by the slump in the economy that resulted to the selling of their properties. This is why the banks, together with other real estate agents have .. (Foreclosures)

Typographical Error on Legal Deed Creates Harassment for a Couple

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 Karen Anne (January 24, 2012)  Rick Borchers and his wife, Barbara sold their property and made their full mortgage payment eight years earlier. But suddenly, after so many years, Bank of America has filed a foreclosure case on this same home. Eight years earlier, this bank was not their lender and the original lender was a different agency. When the agent from this bank came to their home with the foreclosure .. (Foreclosures)

Why Cape Coral Foreclosures are a Great Buy

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 George Hill (January 19, 2012)  A lot of investors and home buyers of Cape Coral foreclosures have a lot of options available today. The Cape is one of the most beautiful residential and commercial areas in the world. Beautiful homes, breathtaking scenery, waterfront homes, fresh air, perfect weather conditions, quiet neighborhoods, and a wide array of dining, shopping, and water sports activities, are just a few .. (Foreclosures)

Attorneys General and the Five Mega Banks it is Apprehended there Will Be a Jump in Foreclosures

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 Karen Anne (January 19, 2012)  The housing segment of the economy has been lying prone but there are hopes that 2012 will see some improvement. Number of new houses that will start could go up by nearly 20% but even then compared to previous norms, the pace will be significantly low. A staggering number of foreclosed units have been clouding the property market for a good number of years. The attorneys general are .. (Foreclosures)

Second Highest Foreclosure Numbers in Eagle County in 2011

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 Karen Anne (January 17, 2012)  In 2011, Eagle County posted a huge number of foreclosures which is recorded as the second highest foreclosure figures since the beginning of the foreclosure crisis. Chief Deputy of public trustee, Karla Herridge stated that there were 615 households in this county which were put up for sale in 2011, slightly less than the number in 2010 when there were 618 housing units. Treasurer of .. (Foreclosures)

Rhode Island Still Posting Higher Foreclosure Rates

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 Karen Anne (January 12, 2012)  Recently, a report has been issued from the National Association of Real Estate Editors where it has been stated that Rhode Island occupies the 21st position for places with the highest rate of foreclosure across the nation. In the last month, above 500 properties moved into foreclosure here, which means that on an average, among every 1,000 properties, 1.18 properties have moved into .. (Foreclosures)

Steep Decline in Postings of Commercial Foreclosure in Denton County

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 Karen Anne (January 10, 2012)  Last Thursday, Addison based Foreclosure Listing Service Inc. has come up with its latest report which showed that in the last six years, this is the first instance when the number of postings of commercial foreclosures in Dallas-Fort Worth region has dropped. This year, Denton County experienced a drop of 29% in postings compared to 2010. The report revealed that the number of .. (Foreclosures)

Drop in Defaults on Credit Cards and in Foreclosure in York County

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 Karen Anne (January 05, 2012)  The year ending records of some of the agencies have reported that the number of people losing their properties due to foreclosure in York County has moved down a lot and fewer people are also defaulting on their credit cards. Some of the experts said that these reports are reflecting a positive light on the economic condition of the state. Among the last six years, York County has .. (Foreclosures)

Occupy Movements Can Proceed Without Encampments

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 Karen Anne (January 03, 2012)  There are ongoing police raids on public camps that have been set in different areas by the members of the Occupy movement and this increasing havoc has raised a question among the members whether their movement will not proceed without these camps. Some members have also raised their voice to spread their message, that instead of police attacks on their encampments, the government .. (Foreclosures)

Foreclosure Petitions and Deeds are Down

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 Karen Anne (December 21, 2011)  Recently, a report has been published by the real estate data firm, The Warren Group which keeps track on the different foreclosure activities that are going on across the nation. In October 2010, only one petition of foreclosure was filed for Sharon town, but this year in the same month, not a single petition was filed for the area. However, the data in that report revealed that .. (Foreclosures)

American Politicians, Business and Labour Heads Jumped Into Propagating Consumerism

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 Karen Anne (December 06, 2011)  Some of the north and western European countries have a long tradition of savings nurtured by public opinion and the government. In France the government attracts countless savers among the young and lower-income group with Livret A account available in savings and postal banks. It is tax free, requires negligible balance and the rate is interest is more than that of the market. In .. (Foreclosures)

Abandoned Foreclosed Properties in Las Vegas Filled with Marijuana

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 Karen Anne (December 05, 2011)  The streets of Las Vegas now meander through thousands of foreclosed, vacant and dark properties which are not maintained properly by banks and lenders. It has been highlighted a number of times that these vacant foreclosed properties are becoming the best shelters for illegal activities, but now in Las Vegas it has been reported that some of those abandoned properties are now filled .. (Foreclosures)

If Grant Had Been in the Shoes of Bernanke he Would Have Resigned

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 Karen Anne (December 02, 2011)  Prolific author and chronicler sixty four years old Jim Grant is the publisher of bi-weekly Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. He is criticized and yet respected for his predictions about the market that has often turned out to be correct. The Associated Press had a discussion with Grant to know his views and opinion on various issues related to the financial market. As regards the .. (Foreclosures)

Houma - Thibodaux - Bayou Cane Region Shows Better Conditions than the Entire Nation

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 Karen Anne (November 28, 2011)  In the last year, the rate of foreclosure in the Bayou region has decreased and the rate was quite low compared to the average rate across the nation. The average rate of foreclosure in all the states in the nation was quite high. In the region of Houma-Thibodaux-Bayou Cane, the foreclosure rate dropped to 1.75% which was previously 1.86%. The nationwide average foreclosure rate was .. (Foreclosures)

There are Two National Economics for One Nation

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 Karen Anne (November 22, 2011)  Even during balmy days it is difficult to fully comprehend economic news. These days are neither sunny nor balmy; the economic weather is bad. Much of the so called good news trickling in refers to a small number of people in USA. The bad news is about pain and suffering of the majority. The statistics from the housing market illustrate this point. For four months the people are being .. (Foreclosures)

Short Sales: Facts and Fantasies

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 Zech Keenan (September 21, 2011)  Short Sales are a hot issue among real estate agents and bank owners alike these days. The reason being is that with the crash of the market many people are losing their homes. In a nut shell short sales are a way for people to avoid foreclosure by cutting their losses and selling their home short of what they paid for it. But that’s a just a general view of it. Let’s take a . (Foreclosures)

Pinal County Foreclosures: Buy Plush Homes In A Shoe String Budget

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 Wendy Miller (May 23, 2011)  Located at the central-most part of Arizona, USA, Pinal is a fascinating county that offers picturesque vistas along with smug neighborhoods. An ideal dwelling place for the Americans, Pinal county is the home of over 375,770 people. Clean, mellifluous lanes, bordered by neat houses keeping manicured yards and lines of green trees on either sides of the street, Pinal is an excellent .. (Foreclosures)

California has Suffered the Worst Battering from the Foreclosure Crisis

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 Karen Anne (May 09, 2011)  California has suffered the worst battering from the foreclosure crisis having accounted for a fifth of all the foreclosures in the country. From 2008 there have been 1.2 million residents of California who have seen their homes vanish. It is apprehended that by the close of 2012 the number will touch 2 million. Over a third of house owners with mortgages have gone underwater – .. (Foreclosures)

The Foreclosure Crisis has Made it More Difficult to Post Bail

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 Karen Anne (May 03, 2011)  The foreclosure crisis has placed house owners in debt, ruined their credit ratings, decimated property values across the nation and also made it more difficult to post bail. The defendants are facing hurdles to get bail by offering residences as collateral. For many decades the residential house was the final tool to enable a family member “get out of jail”. It was offered . (Foreclosures)

Governor of Maine’s Top Aide Facing Foreclosure Submits Resignation

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 Karen Anne (April 19, 2011)  The top aide of Paul LePage the Governor of Maine facing foreclosure on five properties submitted his resignation on Saturday 16th April. The Communications Director, Dan Demeritt took this step a day after it was reported in the newspapers that he was threatened with foreclosure in the buildings. It included an apartment house that had been engulfed by arson. The resignation will take .. (Foreclosures)

A Foreclosure does Not Mean It’s the End of the World

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 Karen Anne (April 18, 2011)  You have an average typical family that lives in a subdivision. The homes are so badly damage they can hardy give you and your family that dream family ties. Most houses are neglected by the city for much needed repairs. The coordinator for the subdivision has noted the homes that are in repairing. In a recent year the government too possession of homes after complaints of landlord .. (Foreclosures)

Chase Foreclosures

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 Adam Halsey (February 18, 2011)  The chase bank has become handling foreclosures pretty well present efforts devote via the nonprofit community groups there has been many cases where the foreclosure was prevented. The bank however has halted its open cases of foreclosure for the moment. Review and systematic investigation from the documents which were faulty has generated a temporary suspension on the Chase .. (Foreclosures)

Stop Foreclosure the Legal Way

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 Karen Anne (December 10, 2010)  Anyone these days can be suffering from foreclosure problem regardless reasons. If you have received notice of default which is usually the first step in a foreclosure process, there’s no need to feel hopeless. There are still ways to stop foreclosure and you can still save your home. The typical time to save it is from 90-120 days upon the issuance of the notice of default. .. (Foreclosures)

Home Buying Using Home Foreclosure Listings

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 John Dorsey (November 27, 2010)  The old saying goes, “one man's disaster is another man's fortune". Few folks really like to have personal gain in another one's enduring moments, but it's almost silly not to in the housing market being the way it is. What do I mean? The high number of home foreclosure listings! Yes, many homeowners have come to the unpleasant surprise of their dream house becoming a Grade A .. (Foreclosures)

Loan Modification Dropouts Mean More Foreclosure Houses

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 Andrew Jones (October 04, 2010)  According to the Treasury Department of the United States of America the number of people who are dropping out of the President’s loan modification program is outpacing new arrivals. According to statistics that were released on Friday, almost 700,000 of the 1.3 million loan modifications that had been started were canceled. That will most certainly mean more foreclosure houses on . (Foreclosures)

Foreclosed Homes: What Can Go and What Stays

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 Andrew Jones (September 30, 2010)  It is important that you know what can be taken legally from foreclosed homes and what needs to stay. When you are looking at one of the foreclosed homes that you see at ForeclosureConnections.com, you’ll want to be sure that you understand the things that you can expect to get when you start the process to buy one of these homes. Of course you need to remember that we’re .. (Foreclosures)

How Foreclosure Homes Affect Neighborhood Security and What You Can Do

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 Andrew Jones (September 22, 2010)  The recent recession has left many foreclosure homes on the market. Many people have not been able to keep up their payments or have fallen victim to unscrupulous lending practices in the last several years, but to keep the economic recovery on the right path these homes need to be resold. That's what we're all about here at Foreclosureconnections.com. We're a dedicated team of .. (Foreclosures)

Buying Columbus Foreclosures Homes

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 Rebekah Whitman (September 14, 2010)  Buying foreclosure homes can be lucrative business opportunities for the real estate investors. With the US economy booming up once again, the prices of the state-of-art properties too are roaring. In fact, the asking prices of most of the dream house will make your jaw drop. On the other hand, you have these foreclosure homes where you are likely to get a minimum of 10% to 15% of .. (Foreclosures)

Tips on How to Buy Foreclosed Homes

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 Eric Zimmerman (May 08, 2010)  Although the idea of benefiting from the loss of another is not a good or appealing idea, it does make sense If You Want buy foreclosed homes. Foreclosure means that a property is taken away from the homeowner and sold for another homeowner to buy. The main idea behind foreclosure is to settle the dispute of the borrower to the lender. The result of this settlement is bank foreclosed .. (Foreclosures)

Is Purchasing a Foreclosed Home a Good Idea?

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 Kevin Germain (April 21, 2010)  No matter where you live, the topic of purchasing a foreclosed home is bound to come up in social settings. That's because there are so many right now, and there are so many people promoting the foreclosure investment opportunities. But are foreclosures really a good deal? Buying foreclosures is not for everyone. First of all, it isn't a 30-day process. Buyers that are either .. (Foreclosures)

What is Foreclosure?

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 Kevin Germain (April 21, 2010)  When a lender decides to foreclose on a property, a notice of default or a lis pendens (Latin for “lawsuit pending") is filed, depending on the state. This document is a public record, and for buyers, it's the first step in locating a property in foreclosure. A buyer looking for foreclosures also can buy magazines and newsletters that list properties in default. Once a home has .. (Foreclosures)

How Buying a Foreclosed Home is Different

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 Kevin Germain (April 21, 2010)  In many cases, only one real estate agent is involved. The seller wants a preapproval letter from a lender before accepting an offer. There often is little, if any, room for negotiation. The home comes as is, and it's up to the buyer to pay for repairs. On the upside, most bank-owned homes are vacant, which can speed up the process of moving in. Buying a foreclosure is definitely a .. (Foreclosures)

How to Stop Repossession

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 Steven Martin (March 13, 2010)  Losing the property that has become home for you and your family is awful. The reality of then having to quickly find a new house is a huge added burden. If you are facing repossession you may have either fallen behind on your mortgage payments or on another loan secured on the property. The first thing to do it to talk to your mortgage provider. From their perspective repossessing a .. (Foreclosures)

Getting Great Investment Value with Miami Foreclosed Homes

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 Joseph Smith (February 22, 2010)  Miami has always been one of the most in-demand locations for real estate. With a thriving business community, a unique cosmopolitan culture and an incredible tropical climate, it's the kind of place that everyone wants to live. As a result, those looking to buy real estate in Miami often come across the one thing that ends up holding them back: an expensive price tag. But a unique .. (Foreclosures)

Foreclosures Prone to Success in Canada

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 Ella Davis (November 26, 2009)  In recent times, in Canada and United States, thousands of homes and properties are taken over by banks and Government institutions due to non mortgage payments resulting in foreclosures. Such properties are sold to real estate investors for half the price. Under such scenario, opportunities to buy low cost foreclosure homes are available in plenty for real estate investment. Smart .. (Foreclosures)

Safest Time to Buy REO, Real Estate Owned, Forclosure Dwellings

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 Ems Aleks (June 26, 2009)  Whether you are buying or dealing a place then informed by it's true cost would relieve you spending so much wealth. at once you can calculate the accurate appraise of your real estate online. this would redeem substantial amount and cause. When the value of real estate collapsed it brought a sudden foreclosure of a list of companies. It’s different whilst you are parceling out .. (Foreclosures)

Getting Money With No Credit Checks...

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 Paul LaSpina (May 11, 2009)  GETTING THE MONEY FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE DEALS. . . Part 1 in the series: This is the area that seems to confuse everyone —gathering money foryour real estate deals. And I don't blame them; with all the hype on TVand on the Internet about how to buy houses with no money down andhow to create a quick real estate fortune, I can see how people get agitated when they hear from us that .. (Foreclosures)

Using Other Peoples Money For Real Estate Deals...

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 Paul LaSpina (May 09, 2009)  GETTING THE MONEY FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE DEALS. . . Part 1 in the series: This is the area that seems to confuse everyone —gathering money foryour real estate deals. And I don't blame them; with all the hype on TVand on the Internet about how to buy houses with no money down andhow to create a quick real estate fortune, I can see how people get agitated when they hear from us that .. (Foreclosures)

Apple Valley California Homes to Satisfy a Small Town Feel

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 Kort Linden (February 06, 2009)  As there are many homes available on the market, there are certain areas of California which hold many of the small town values that appeal to home buyers while enjoying affordable property values and close proximity to the finer points of California living that the state is famous for. Many of these properties are currently occupied and on the market, while others are part of the .. (Foreclosures)

Victorville California Homes Available

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 Kort Linden (February 06, 2009)  As a region of the High Valley area that typically enjoys affordable property values, the city of Victorville, California is most recently one of the most potentially profitable areas of California since so much of it’s homes are currently in foreclosure. Located 95 miles northeast of Los Angeles, with convenient access to the 15 Freeway and Highway 395, Victorville is poised for .. (Foreclosures)

Victorville California Real Estate Available

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 Kort Linden (February 06, 2009)  As the housing market continues to decline across the United States, investors are searching the bottom line for indications that the market has officially reached rock bottom. While the bottom of the market is always the best place to make any type of investment purchase, the bottom cannot be determined until prices begin to go back up. By that time, it is too late to take advantage of . (Foreclosures)

There Are Hundreds of Thousands of Good Properties Out There Under Foreclosures For Sale

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 Kevin Simpson (January 16, 2009)  The hot topic occupying news paper headlines in almost all States of U. S. is the foreclosure crisis for the past few years. The message has sunk into the minds of the people that the Real Estate business is not what it was during the commencement of this decade in 2000. The worst hit lot is the home owners, who have either forfeited their equity to foreclosure, or those who have put .. (Foreclosures)

How to Speed Up the Loan Modification Process?

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 Jason K Tatum (January 16, 2009)  Foreclosure is always a race against time. Although a home loan modification can slow the process, you have fewer options the longer you wait. Not all lenders have the staff or experience to handle mortgage loan modifications. Even with a capable attorney, the process can drag on for months. But you don't have to sit and wait. There are some things you can do to speed up the process. .. (Foreclosures)

Mortgage Rescue Scheme Helps House Owners Facing Repossession

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 Mark Aucamp (January 16, 2009)  The government this morning announced a £200million mortgage rescue scheme that may help around 6,000 homeowners facing repossession. This new initiative is aimed at stopping thousands of vulnerable homeowners from losing their homes in England and will start from this Friday. The scheme is primarily targeted at families with children, the elderly, the disabled and households that have . (Foreclosures)




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