Posted Monday, August 27, 2012
More than a million and a half Americans have lost their homes since the foreclosure crisis that began in 2008. Four years later, we look at how Northeast Ohio is faring and whether the picture has improved for the 174,000 Ohio families affected by foreclosure. Does the crisis continue? And we'll look at whether efforts to help those affected by foreclosure have worked and what new strategies are proposed. Join host Mike McIntyre Monday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Mark Seifert, Executive Director, ESOP
Tom Sutton, Chair, Political Science Department, Baldwin-Wallace University
Rich Vedder, Professor of economics, Ohio University and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
Tony Brancatelli, Cleveland City Councilman
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