Foreclosure can devastate neighborhoods, whether it claims entire city blocks or just one or two expensive houses on a high-end suburban street. Now, financial experts are warning of a problem that could be even more damaging than foreclosure: The LACK of foreclosure. Some banks have suspended foreclosures as they investigate whether they went too fast and got too sloppy.
Teresa Dixon Murray, Plain Dealer Business Columnist
Charles Bromley, Director of the Ohio Fair Lending Coalition, Consultant to the Cuyahoga County Foreclosure Prevention Program
Richard Cordray, Ohio Attorney General
Paul Leonard, VP, Government Affairs Housing Policy Council, Financial Services Roundtable