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...foreclosure? How has the mortgage crisis affected you?
/thinkoutloud/shows/seniors-affected-foreclosure/ | Jul 23rd, 2012
...foreclosure? Did you seek counseling or mediation? Did it help? Are you a counselor or mediator? What have you seen in your work with homeowners and banks?
/thinkoutloud/shows/demand-housing-counselors/ | Mar 30th, 2012
Fear of Foreclosure
...foreclosure? If so, what circumstances led to that, and how could it have been prevented? Have you worked with a lender to renegotiate your loan? How is the high rate of foreclosures statewide affecti...
/thinkoutloud/shows/foreclosure-spike/ | Aug 10th, 2009
Have you tried to get a loan or buy a house recently? What challenges did you encounter when trying to sell your house?
/thinkoutloud/shows/housing-update/ | Sep 19th, 2011
Help for Oregon Homeowners
Do you work for a lender that's negotiating with homeowners? What questions to do you have about the bills now before the Oregon legislature or the emergency rule put out by the AG's office?
/thinkoutloud/shows/help-oregon-homeowners/ | Feb 27th, 2012
A Homeowner Bailout?
Just a day after signing the $787 billion stimulus package in Denver, President Obama traveled to Phoenix today to announce his plan to help struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure. The $75 billion pl...
/thinkoutloud/shows/homeowner-bailout/ | Feb 19th, 2009
Borrowers and Lenders Be
...foreclosure.So far, Oregon has fared better than the rest of the country in the sub-prime fallout, but the foreclosures are mounting (especially around Bend). The mortgage industry says that they've l...
/thinkoutloud/shows/borrowers-and-lenders-be/ | Jul 1st, 2008
...Foreclosure Alternatives Program. Eighty-eight million dollars in federal assistance specifically for Oregon, expected to come this fall.
/thinkoutloud/blog/homeowner-help/ | Jul 12th, 2010
Can You Walk Away from a Mortgage in Oregon?
On our segment today about Obama's proposed mortgage relief plan, our guest mentioned he wasn't sure whether Oregon was a state where the lender would have legal options to pursue a homeowner who walk...
/thinkoutloud/blog/can-you-walk-away-mortgage-oregon/ | Oct 26th, 2011
...foreclosure? What do you want to know about your options? GUESTS: Sarina Labrum: Homeowner with an underwater mortgage who is considering strategic default Mike Dupras: Homeowner in the process ...
/thinkoutloud/shows/strategic-default/ | Mar 15th, 2011
Brokering a Better Loan
...foreclosure have been in my future?So who should decide if you can afford your mortgage? Your broker? the state? You? This is one of a few mortgage-related questions being debated in the Oregon House ...
/thinkoutloud/shows/brokering-a-better-loan/ | Feb 19th, 2008
Bankers On Board
...foreclosure bailout, plenty of people wanted to know why they couldn't negotiate with banks as they saw payment problems coming. Several people said they had to miss payments before banks would even t...
/thinkoutloud/shows/bankers-board/ | Mar 9th, 2009
Foreclosing in Oregon
Have you had trouble getting a loan? Have you sold your home in a short sale? Have you tried? Have you been foreclosed on? GUESTS: Gerry Mildner: Director of the Center for Real Estate at Portland...
/thinkoutloud/shows/foreclosing-oregon/ | Jul 12th, 2010
Homeless in the Suburbs
A Brookings study from a couple of years ago illustrated that the growth in poverty is now happening in the suburbs. A recent column in The Oregonian by Israel Bayer and Joanne Zuhl of Street Roots ma...
/thinkoutloud/shows/suburban-homelessness/ | Jan 25th, 2011
Good News, Bad News
...foreclosures, you know the stuff. Why does so much of the news we hear or read seem to be "bad news?" We’re going to try to get at that question by discussing the "news values" that often...
/thinkoutloud/shows/good-news-bad-news/ | Feb 26th, 2009
It wasn't long ago that central Oregon was the state's fastest growing economy. Californians were selling their $600,000 homes, moving to central Oregon (where it's sunny and warm and you can ski...),...
/thinkoutloud/shows/worse-before-better-the-central-oregon-economy/ | Oct 8th, 2008
...foreclosures . . although the major reason, a drop in income, seems potentially closely related. Then there's getting sick, getting divorced, and "low regard for property ownership," whatever that mea...
/thinkoutloud/blog/econ-201/ | Feb 19th, 2008