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By Kristen Doerer
Since Florida's housing market crashed nearly a decade ago, a wave of investors offering cash to flip or rent properties has helped restore market values. Now, some homeowners who suffered foreclosure but are ready again to qualify are being priced…
By PBS NewsHour
Florida's foreclosure crisis isn't over. David, whose last name we're not using, used to have a job, a paycheck and a roof over his head. But days after he handed over the keys to his house for cash, he found…
By Simone Pathe
Despite what you might have heard, the foreclosure crisis is far from over. Economics correspondent Paul Solman talks to people in Florida who have lost their homes, and considers whether a wave of new foreclosures is on the horizon.
Calif. City Contemplates Using Eminent Domain to Solve Their Foreclosure Crisis…
How the Mortgage Crisis in Nevada Will Affect Voters at the Polls…
With millions of Americans "underwater" on their mortgages and millions of homes facing foreclosure, President Obama unveiled a revamped home-loan refinancing program Monday during a stop in Nevada, which has the country's highest foreclosure rate. Judy Woodruff and guests examine…
By Paul Solman
Black tar heroin. Photo via the City of Wichita police department. Note: We've been exploring economic inequality in America this week, and thought it an opportune moment to share something we had hoped to post the last time…
// Update: Watch Land of the Free, Home of the Poor and Americans Facing More Inequality, More Debt and Now More Trouble? to see the first two parts of Paul Solman's ongoing series of reports on U.S. economic…
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