Held Hostage by a Home: The Devastation of Foreclosure


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Held Hostage by a Home

By Anonymous

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Although Neil Garfield eloquently describes the legal dynamics of foreclosure, there is also a human battle waged in millions of homes nationwide that remains hidden behind walls of shame, fear and anger. Families are torn apart by the stress and uncertainty that financial burdens bring. A home, no matter how modest or grand, is a foundation of family life- and when it is torn away by companies without legal standing to do so- the pain is compounded because of the injustice.


Most families who fall behind on their debts, do not do so deliberately. Usually financial debt is caused by job loss, illness, divorce, or simply being induced into obtaining more credit than the family can service-by companies who carry no risk…

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One Response to Held Hostage by a Home: The Devastation of Foreclosure

  1. And the children suffer for the wrong doing of the BANKS TO BIG TO FAIL and all the other BULLYS in America backing them and there greed.

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