Despite Previous Financial Problems, Americans Returning to the Housing Market

6869769579_be67cbcda2_zTara Siegel Bernard of the New York Times recently published an article entitled Years After the Market Collapse, Sidelined Borrowers Return. In it, Bernard reports that borrowers are typically unable to acquire mortgages for two to seven years following a bankruptcy, foreclosure or short-sale, but today, four years after the peak of the foreclosure problem, those who suffered financial difficulties at that time are slowly beginning to reenter the housing market. Many are doing so with lower expectations and higher degrees of caution.

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