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Nevada has been slapped on three fronts by the effects of the Great Recession – foreclosures, unemployment and underwater mortgages. The government programmes have not helped troubled homeowners. The housing bust hurt the construction industry and the economy of the state suffered because of drop in tourists coming to gamble because of the pan-American downturn in the economy.
After changes in law made in Maryland, thanks to the initiative taken by its Democrat Governor O’Malley the foreclosure process takes the longest time in USA; previously it took the shortest time. Although many have benefited, critics are concerned about the piling up of foreclosures and the nil recovery in the market.
The Internet has come in handy to Occupy activists. Websites are popping up connecting troubled homeowners with those who can help. One family in Hawaii was partly successful to postpone eviction through online letter writing campaign. Another family in Atlanta is reclaiming the foreclosed house of their grandmother with help from Occupy.
Banks have at last realized it benefits them also to allow investor to buy distressed units for leasing them out to previous owners. The banks avoid hassles and expenses for foreclosure and maintaining vacant houses, while people continue to stay, kids got to school, neighbourhood spared blight and the market spared more vacant units.
It seems foreclosures are not going to go away. The banks are handling so many foreclosures that mistakes have become the rule. There is no coordination between one section of the bank with the other causing borrowers to swing between hope and despair. This has led to the failure of HAMP – the biggest federal foreclosure rescue programme.
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