Foreclosure Workshop Sat Oct 15th – To save the economy, save your neighbors’ homes

“You just need to be smart enough to recognize that the “I’ve-got-mine-and-to-hell-with-you-losers” meme has already hurt you plenty, even if you weren’t the one kicked to the street.”



To save the economy, save your neighbors’ homes

The single most important thing you can do for the economy—and your own economic future—is to help your neighbors in danger of foreclosure in their fight to keep their homes. There’s a workshop this weekend that will tell you how to do that.

First though, forget all that you’ve heard about “losers” who bought more home than they could afford (when they had good jobs, they probably could afford those homes just fine). Forget that you’ve stayed current on your own mortgage, if you have, and that it’s natural to resent those who didn’t, and now need help. You’re not doing this for your neighbor. You’re doing it for your own economic survival and that of your family.

As you fume and fret about the economy, remember how we got here: the housing crash started it all. When times were good, every week, it seemed, we were told our homes were worth more than the week before. We were encouraged not to let the money sit there idle, under our feet, when it could be used to buy a new car, pay down the higher interest credit cards, or fund an education.

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One Response to “Foreclosure Workshop Sat Oct 15th – To save the economy, save your neighbors’ homes”
  1. Javagold says:

    thats right……i paid for over 10 years never once late……now they want to blame me and call me a deadbeat

    not going down without a fight……..i suggest everyone do the same

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