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August 15th, 2008

Foreclosures Rising Despite Assistance

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According to a report released yesterday by RealtyTrac, foreclosures rose 55% in July from a year ago, and increased 8% in just one month. With policies in place to aid and help homeowners avert from defaulting on their mortgages, why do foreclosures continue to increase?

Diana Olick of CNBC shares the evidence she found that answers why:

First, they were all voluntary…

Second, the huge pool of securitized loans really weren’t easy to do modifications or workouts on…

Third, the types of programs that HOPE NOW pushed initially–the loan “workouts”–generally don’t work out for homeowners in financial distress.

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