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Commentary...Foreclosure Process Needs Reform...Manuel Ochoa

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The Obama Administration created high expectations when it introduced the "Making Homes Affordable" program to help families avoid foreclosure, but as commentator Manuel Ochoa notes, those expectations have not been realized.

Ochoa is the regional director of Homeownership for D.C.’s Latino Economic Development Corporation.

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