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Foreclosure starts plunge in California

By tvgnus   2013 Feb 12, 1:05pm   514 views   2 comments   watch (1)   quote

Central Valley rates decline more than state average in many counties •  Now theres an acute lack of homes for sale California foreclosure activity continues to decline as defaulting homeowners have an array of foreclosure mitigation paths to choose from.


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1   bmwman91     2013 Feb 12, 1:12pm  ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Home Owners' Bill of Rights, bitchezzzzzzzzzzz!

Can't pay? Buy a 44c stamp to show that you are "working it out" and you can squat forever! Oh what's that, you rent? Well go fuck yourself, pay or live in a box. This is CA, the most progressive state ever where lower-income renters are protected, gays can marry and pot is legal. It's totally not a conservative hellhole where renters don't get the same financial breaks as loaners, the people voted to disallow gays from marrying and the electorate still thinks that pot is the devil's weed!

2   PockyClipsNow   60/60 = 100% civil   2013 Feb 12, 1:32pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Didnt greenspan joke about 'bulldozing' the excess houses? They found a politically acceptable way to do this 'virtually' by letting loanowners squat for years. Its genius really. Or a complete breakdown of social order, depending upon perspective.

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