2 edition of America"s foreclosure crisis found in the catalog.
America"s foreclosure crisis
|Statement||editors, Russell Burns and Roy A. Foster|
|LC Classifications||KF697.F6 A945 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011045800|
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The United States foreclosure crisis, sometimes referred to as Foreclosure-gate or Foreclosuregate, refers to a widespread epidemic of improper foreclosures initiated by large banks and other lenders. The foreclosure crisis was extensively covered by news outlets beginning in October , and several large banks—including Bank of America, JP Morgan, . Between and , nearly 10 million homeowners in America saw the foreclosure sale of their own homes. Many had to give up their property .
His new book, " To the Edge: Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the Financial Crisis," delves even deeper into the roots of widespread political distrust of the crisis . Bank of America routinely denied qualified borrowers a chance to modify their loans to more affordable terms and paid cash bonuses to bank staffers to push homeowners into foreclosure, according.
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America's Foreclosure Crisis: Causes and Responses (Housing Issues, Laws and Programs) UK ed. Edition by Russell Burns (Editor), Roy A. Foster (Editor).
The Foreclosure of America: The Inside Story of the Rise and Fall of Countrywide Home Loans, the Mortgage Crisis, and the Default of the American Dream Hardcover – January 6, Find all the books, read about the author, and by: 9.
A new book by Conor Dougherty, Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America, may be another book that will raise broad understanding and awareness of the root causes of the housing problems we Author: Diana Budds.
Summary: Contains a review of the academic literature and industry press on the root causes of the foreclosure crisis, data and analysis of trends in the market, and policy responses and recommended actions to mitigate the crisis and help prevent similar crises.
A new book by investigative journalist Aaron Glantz, "HOMEWRECKERS: How a Gang of Wall Street Kingpins, Hedge Fund Magnates, Crooked Banks, and Vulture Capitalists Suckered Millions Out of Their.
A Dream Foreclosed (Zuccotti Park Press, August ) tells in compelling language how more than 10 million Americans have been put out of their homes since the housing crisis began inwith Author: Abena Agyeman-Fisher.
The story of how she ended up in a tent is the story of how America ended up in a foreclosure crisis that has not ended, that still drags down the economy and threatens to force millions of. The American Mortgage System: Crisis and Reform focuses on the causes of the housing market collapse and proposes solutions to prevent another rash of foreclosures.
Edited by two leaders in the field of real estate and finance, Susan M. Wachter and Marvin M. Smith, The American Mortgage System examines key elements of the mortgage meltdown. The. The Great Eviction: Black America and the Toll of the Foreclosure Crisis From predatory loans to evictions at gunpoint, neighborhoods are hosting bitter Author: Laura Gottesdiener.
Foreclosures are real estate owned, REO or bank-owned properties and they have the potential to offer an affordable option to the right buyers.
Bank of America can help you learn about home foreclosures with helpful tools, resources and mortgage products that can help make the process of buying a bank foreclosure an easier one. The story of how one woman went from a three-bedroom home to a tent is the story of how America ended up in a foreclosure crisis that still drags.
Sociologist Matthew Desmond on the genesis of Evicted, his acclaimed book about the housing crisis gripping the US Published: 12 Feb America's housing crisis: 'A problem we need to hate more’.
Obama Failed to Mitigate America's Foreclosure Crisis. I was in St. Louis, giving a talk for a book I wrote about the foreclosure crisis. The skies erupted minutes before the event, and few. Van Zee’s prophecy and other early warnings haunt the pages of “Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America,” a harrowing, deeply compassionate dispatch from the heart of.
Foreclosed America offers the first representative portrait of those people—who they are, how and where they live after losing their homes, and what they have to say about their finances, their neighborhoods, and American politics. It is a sobering picture of Americans down on their luck, and of a crisis that is testing American democracy.
America’s foreclosure crisis has been over for more than a year, if it ever really existed. But the government/activist/media blob is still trying to convince the public that there is an.
Aaron Glantz's new book describes how some well-placed financiers took advantage of the housing crisis to buy thousands of family : Tonya Mosley. This might be the worst book I have read this year. It provided no insights into the broader issues of what happened at Countrywide and why. Michaelson casts himself as a central figure in the mortgage business in the years leading up to this housing crisis, but in reality, he was a middle-level manager in the marketing division of Countrywide.3/5.
A shocking investigation into America's housing crisis and the modern-day robber barons who have rigged the system in their his books include Homewreckers, The War Come Home and How America Lost Iraq. gripping narrative of how the foreclosure machine became a grand mechanism to convert America's historic wealth building asset — its.
GOLDEN GATES Fighting for Housing in America By Conor Dougherty. In California, more thanpeople sleep on the streets. The tent cities in Los Angeles’s skid row have distinct. One of the legacies of last decade’s foreclosure crisis is the rise of the corporate landlord. Investigative reporter Aaron Glantz’s new book explores more.
who profited off America’s. America’s Foreclosure Crisis Empties Neighborhoods. According to an article in the Star-Telegram, the foreclosure crisis is emptying many neighborhoods, leaving behind literal ghost towns.
Federal legislators are so worried about the amount of empty homes being left by foreclosures that they have set aside nearly $6 billion for local governments.This led to record defaults and foreclosures, many driven by loan interest rates adjust-ing higher and higher.
The damage has been widespread: Inmore than million American homes were subject to foreclosure, an increase of percent from The impact of the subprime mortgage crisis has now spread globally. Even after receiv.