Monthly Archives: July 2010

Review of the Help for Homeowners Community Event

This past Saturday, my husband and I attended the Help for Homeowners Community Event that I referred to in this post. The event took place at the Minneapolis Hilton. We got there at around 10 a.m., and a lot of … Continue reading

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Should Non-Recourse Mortgages Exist?

The blog, Credit Slips, recently featured a post by Adam Levitin about whether mortgages should ever be non-recourse. I agree wholeheartedly with Mr. Levitin’s post. I’d also like to add that the current mess that we have found ourselves in … Continue reading

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Upcoming “Making Home Affordable” Event in Minneapolis

If you are unable to afford your mortgage and would like to see if you can save your home, this Minneapolis event is being advertised on the Making Home Affordable website. It will be taking place on Saturday, July 24, … Continue reading

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