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Foreclosure prevention and intervention efforts in New England


  • Kai-yan Lee


As foreclosure rates have risen across New England, many have been asking for clarification about the full range of resources available to borrowers. This article describes the foreclosure prevention and intervention efforts currently underway in New England. We highlight the region’s largest initiatives as well as discuss the challenges these programs are facing as they work to provide assistance to consumers.

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  • Kai-yan Lee, 2007. "Foreclosure prevention and intervention efforts in New England," New England Community Developments, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, pages 1-7.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedbcd:y:2007:p:1-7:n:4

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