Thursday December 12, 2019

Giving a bank a stake in a home is better than eviction

What Roosevelt did won’t work here, but giving a bank a stake in a home in return for a write-down is better than evictions

21st April, 2015

Perhaps the best description of the journey from solvency to bankruptcy comes from

Hemingway in his novel The Sun Also Rises. Two characters have just met and are talking

intently, each trying to figure out what the other is doing in rural Spain in the 1920s.

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