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by Aricka Flowers
Wed Dec 15, 2010

Family Facing Foreclosure Eviction: "We're Not Going Anywhere"

As the mercury dips and freezing weather moves into Chicago, one family in the Belmont-Cragin neighborhood is fighting to keep a roof over its head. The family is facing eviction due to foreclosure but says they are not leaving because they are victims of the subprime mortgage crisis and foreclosure fraud.

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by Progress Illinois
Tue Dec 14, 2010

Good News, Bad News On The Housing Front

Each month, it seems, the news becomes more dire for the local housing market.

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by Micah Maidenberg
Fri Dec 10, 2010

Public Housing Issues Aren't Going Away

The last family living in a Cabrini-Green high-rise building moved out of their unit yesterday, and a mini-gusher of press arrived to capture the poignant moment.

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by Adam Doster
Thu Nov 18, 2010

Madigan: Bring Transparency To Foreclosure Procress

Prompted in part by the recent crisis that swept through the housing market, in which mortgage services using "robo-signers" produced shoddy foreclosure filing documents, Illinois is clamping down on companies that are taking advantage of vulnerable homeowners.