What are your thoughts on the federal government's settlement with the housing industry?
The federal government reached a landmark $25 billion deal Thursday with five of the nation's biggest mortgage lenders over abusive foreclosure practices. The settlement aims to provide relief to at-risk borrowers and compensate some who were foreclosed on under questionable procedures.
If you've lost your home to foreclosure, are currently under water, or might be in either situation soon, KQED would like to hear from you. What do you think about the settlement?
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