Didn’t I Read This Somewhere Already?
This morning’s Wall Street Journal has an interesting story on how the government’s $4 billion neighborhood stabilization program isn’t nearly enough to address the problems faced by communities with thousands of homes in foreclosure.
But wait, haven’t I read this story before?
Mary Kane reported the same story, complete with riveting video, for us a week and a half ago. Mary visited a community in Northern Virginia with a realtor who took her on a tour of a home that now sits empty.
The foreclosure crisis is the harrowing part of the most important story of the year, the U.S.’ crumbling economy, and should be covered by every newspaper. But just remember, Mary Kane has each facet first.
Join her here, as she watches the heart-wrenching process of an eviction.