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Divided Decade

10 years after the housing crisis, thousands of zombie homes are still stuck in foreclosure limbo

by Marielle Segarra Jun 13, 2018
Home values in much of the country have recovered, and in many places it's a seller's market. So long as there isn't a zombie on your block.
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New Detroit program uses bridge construction benefit to repopulate tax-foreclosed homes

by Laura Herberg Apr 19, 2018
The city hopes to relocate 240 families.
Maria Walkenbach’s home, located near the bridge construction area. 
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Divided Decade

U.S. mortgage debt rises to $8.8 trillion

by , and Feb 13, 2018
The housing market is turning around.
Protesters work on a prop in Freedom Plaza as they prepare for a rally against big banks and home foreclosures in Washington, DC, May 20, 2013. 
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Divided Decade

10 years later, Cleveland is still digging out of the foreclosure crisis

by David Brancaccio, Katie Long, and Adrian Ma Jan 25, 2018
Some neighborhoods saw prices fall 85 percent.
A view of Broadway Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.
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What happens to your house when you get deported?

by Reema Khrais Aug 10, 2017
Most undocumented immigrants who are deported are Latino men with jobs. That has a ripple effect on housing.
 Immigrant services staffer Lorely Peche (C), speaks with immigrant parents fearing deportation on March 25, 2017 in Stamford, Connecticut. 
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Zombie properties returning to life

by Gigi Douban Sep 8, 2016
It's the 'last innings for the recovery,' Wharton School professor says.
A vacant home stands next to a partially constructed condo building in Rockaway Beach, New York. 
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Detroit homeowners still struggling with foreclosure

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 2, 2016
In many cities, poor people rent — but the home ownership rate in Detroit is high.
Warren Hicks stands in front of his home in northwest Detroit.
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Foreclosures now 'normal' at 10-year low

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 10, 2015
A new report shows foreclosure filings nationwide have fallen 7 percent.

Home foreclosures down, bank repos up

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 17, 2015
Banks are clearing out 'bottom-of-the-barrel homes.'

Foreclosure crisis just about finished

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 15, 2015
A new report says foreclosure filings fell to to approximately the level of 2006.