The Marc Steiner Show

January 11, 2010 – Hour 2

Americans are facing the hardest economic times since the Great Depression, and many are trying to keep jobless from leading to homeless. Marc and guest host Anthony McCarthy talk with Wells Fargo Client Relations Senior Vice President, Joe Ohayon and Robert Strupp, Director of Research and Policy at the Community Law Center about what recourse is available for those out of work.

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Marc Steiner

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  1. Mark,

    Please mention the “Right to Rent” policy. Many people in mortgage trouble could benefit from its adoption by policy makers. The following is from the Center for Economics and Policy Research (CEPR):

    “The main point of the plan is that those who are facing foreclosure should have the option to remain in their home for a substantial period of time as renters. There are also numerous advantages in enacting Right to Rent legislation: it is simple, it can take effect immediately, it requires no taxpayer dollars, and it creates no new bureaucracy.”

    here’s a link to a detailed description:

  2. Trying to get the word out to renters whose homes are being foreclosed on — we did a post on the federal law that gives renters additional rights, with links to two organizations (including the Public Justice Center here in Baltimore) that offer assistance and downloads/toolkits to help renters in court.

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