Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - 4:15pm
Foreclosures: The Great Untold Story
And what comes next for Housing and the American Dream
Harvard Kennedy School, Belfer Building, Weil Town Hall
People know there's a foreclosure crisis. But most don't know that half of those foreclosures shouldn't be happening. Meanwhile, the housing market in the US faces a historic crossroads as it starts to recover.
NPR Economics and Housing Correspondent Chris Arnold hosts a panel of experts - one working on policy, another fighting to save hundreds of thousands of Americans homes, and one who is suing the nation's largest banks.
Bruce Marks, NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America)
Gary Klein, Klein Kavanagh Costello, LLP
Mike Calhoun, Center for Responsible Lending