Lenders, Borrowers Discuss Bad Loans

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In days gone by, a foreclosure often involved home buyers and bankers who knew each other. Now it's mostly an impersonal business. But recently, lenders and borrowers were brought together to analyze what went wrong with their mortgage deals.

Alex Blumberg reports for "This American Life."



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