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NPR | Marketplace: A foreclosure tour from the front seat of a patrol car
By Tess Vigeland. Four to five years after the [housing] bubble popped, the narrative hasn't changed much. But today, a perspective that maybe you haven't heard before: From Officer Eric Young of the LAPD, Southeast Division.
August 21, 2012
..Jenny Scheutz has researched the effects of the housing crisis for the USC Price School of Public Policy. She says banks are loan providers, not land lords and simply aren't equipped to handle the maintenance on millions of empty foreclosures.
Link: NPR | Marketplace