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Foreclosures drop in the most at-risk counties in Ohio

It is difficult to consider becoming a renter - or worse - once a person or family has bought a home. It is undeniable that owning one's own property is part of the American Dream, and foreclosure or other loss of property due to financial distress is one of life's greatest nightmares.

Foreclosures may rise in Ohio real estate markets

Few problems are more daunting than the possibility of losing a home, especially if a family has invested a great deal in its purchase and maintenance. Foreclosure is rare, but the specter of repossession has been close behind since the beginning of the Great Recession.

A guide to the Ohio foreclosure process

Home ownership is one of the great accomplishments for American workers and families. After the investment and care that homeowners take in their new abode, there are few times more stressful than the danger of foreclosure -- a mortgage lender reclaiming the property after nonpayment of scheduled loan maintenance.

New foreclosure study shows risks for Ohio borrowers

Foreclosures became a sad fact of life during the Great Recession, with high levels of people losing their homes to defaults and bank seizures in the years following 2008. New evidence shows the market is recovering for borrowers, although dangers remain for homeowners facing financial challenges.

Can you strip your foreclosed house?

The bank is foreclosing on your home. Knowing you're going to lose it, you figure you'll just take everything that you can with you. You'll tear out the cabinets and sell them on Craigslist. You'll rip up the carpet and put it on eBay. You'll take down the light fixtures, pull down the trim, break off the tiles, and sell anything you possibly can.

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