|Foreclosure Crisis Profiteers: Feasting on Fear!
(Part 1 of 3)
|Losing a home to foreclosure is most often viewed, by those standing safely outside the transaction, as an economic event. And that is certainly true.
However, for those living under the threat of losing their home, the experience is much more personal.
The thought that one’s home might be involuntarily swept out from under them unleashes a flood of emotions that may include fear, anger, depression, shame, and frustration. People in the foreclosure process seldom mention money or wealth creation or asset preservation. They speak instead in terms of not uprooting their kids, of loving their home, their neighborhood, and their schools.
Please also read the second and third installments of this blog series: