Posted Wednesday, October 30, 2013
In Northeast Ohio, the epicenter of the foreclosure crisis that hit its stride in 2008, the number of foreclosures has finally leveled off. Still, though, banks foreclose on more than 600 properties every month in Cuyahoga County alone. Some would say that's still a crisis. Tomorrow morning at 9:00 on the Sound of Ideas, host Mike McIntyre asks why foreclosure still happens despite tighter lending restrictions, what impact it has on neighborhoods and prevention efforts.
Charles “Chip” Bromley, consultant to Ohio Fair Lending Coalition
Lou Tisler, Executive Director, Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland
Matt Zone, Cleveland city councilman, Ward 15
Stacey Vanek Smith, senior reporter, Marketplace
Please follow our community discussion rules when composing your comments.
Watch the Sound of Ideas during the broadcast - view now! Live video stream available during normal broadcast, Mon-Fri, 9-10 AM (EST).