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... revolve around owning their own home. An end is needed and hopefully it will arrive soon. I’m not sure how much longer this country can hold its head up above the water so to speak. I have just given three really good ideas to possibly help end or defer this foreclosure crisis. Granted just one of these ideas could help some families, but if they were all combined together and made to work with each other, I believe it is the winning ticket. A reduced payment plan with lowered interest rates would help out a lot. Then with a class that would help out the homeowners to manage their money in a productive manner would be a dynamite plan of action. This could stop the banging gavel of foreclose. Families would not be worrying about making the house payment, eventually making their last house payment and truly owning their own home and also the American Dream.
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