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Foreclosure: What it looks like

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Foreclosure on a mass scale is really stupid. Some obvious questions:

Can’t we figure out some way to transition buyers back to being renters that saves the cost of foreclosure to the banks and the pain to the homeowner?

Can’t the cities, state governments and non-profits work with the banks to keep perfectly good furniture out of landfills?

Where is our leadership?

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