Foreclosures: The Great Untold Story (with Chris Arnold, NPR)

Foreclosures: The Great Untold Story (with Chris Arnold, NPR)

Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Location: Harvard Kennedy School | Belfer Building, Weil Town Hall

Foreclosures: The Great Untold Story
And what comes next for Housing and the American Dream

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.  

Panelists:
Bruce Marks, NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America)
Gary Klein, Klein Kavanagh Costello, LLP 
Mike Calhoun, Center for Responsible Lending

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