Effectively Addressing the Foreclosure Backlog

Berliner, Bill
September 2011
National Mortgage News;9/19/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 50, p14
Trade Publication
In this article, the author discusses ways on how to address foreclosure backlog in the mortgage industry in the U.S. The author talks about the role of a weakened housing market in decreasing the consumer confidence and the inability for a robust rebound. He also shares a proposed alternative in addressing the problem that allows homes in foreclosure to be sold to private investors.


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