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April 19, 2008


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Of course the bulk of this housing bubble is in inflated prices in the boom market, so a large percentage of the at risk loans are likely homes bought far above where the market had been in that area. Areas that would likely show up as "increasing" in any metric they might use.

This is a ploy to make it easier to push the poor people out and gentrify.

robert guintor

This is just another way to redline and should be outlawed.

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