Eviction Day: Foreclosure Crisis Forces Man From Home

Eviction Day: Foreclosure Crisis Forces Man From Home

Eviction Day: Foreclosure Crisis Forces Man From Home

A glimpse at an increasingly common, but rarely documented, tragedy: someone being evicted from their home because of foreclosure.

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The number of foreclosures in the United States hit over 765,000 in the third quarter alone this year. In this haunting video, the Washington Independent explores what lies beneath the “housing crunch” headlines and looks to the real world effects of subprime mortgages and the contracting economy.

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