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Housing: Mortgage Crisis / Foreclosures #996519

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 29, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Findings of a new CBS News/"New York Times" poll on home mortgage cited.

(New York: Jim Axelrod) Homeowners who defaulted on their mortgages but remain living in their houses featured; statistics on mortgage foreclosure and delinquency cited; details given about one man's story. [In default, New York Ruben MARTINEZ††- recounts what happened; adds he will fight to stay here in his house.] [Lawyer Robert BROWN - talks about his clients like the Martinezes and foreclosing banks.] [LPS Applied Analstics Kyle LUNDSTEDT††- talks about "shadow inventories" of homes not yet on the market.]

Pelley, Scott;
Axelrod, Jim

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