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Foreclosed

Mortgage Servicing and the Hidden Architecture of Homeownership in America

By Christopher K. Odinet

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In Foreclosed, Christopher K. Odinet gives voice to the stories of homeowners that have been neglected, particularly those facing foreclosure and deep financial distress. The book reveals the powerful and often invisible mortgage servicing industry, the tremendous discretionary power it wields over the housing lives of most Americans, and the servicing problems that still persist today. In doing so, it unveils a quiet and dangerous market shift in mortgage servicing - namely, an ongoing move toward a shadow banking sector where regulation is weak - that threatens the stability of our housing finance system. Ultimately, the book demonstrates how the law does not afford homeowners the protection most think and how regulation of these mortgage middlemen remains weak. Foreclosed should be read by anyone concerned with the state of housing and home ownership in the United States.

Product code: 9781108406352

ISBN 9781108406352
No. Of Pages 300
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H230xW153xS15
Foreclosed sheds light on stories of homeowners that have been neglected, particularly those facing foreclosure and deep financial distress. This book reveals the powerful and often invisible mortgage servicing industry, the tremendous discretionary power it wields over the housing of most Americans, and the servicing problems that persist today.