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Grace Chen and her husband, Antonis Orphanou, stand outside their home in Mountain View, Calif. Courtesy Grace Chen hide caption

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Realtor Teresa Sciubba (left) talks to real estate investor Kristin Gragg outside a foreclosed property in Chandler, Ariz. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Home Foreclosures Continue Despite Delays

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A woman walks past a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage office in La Habra, Calif. Jae C. Hong/Associated Press hide caption

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Mortgage Paperwork Often Hard To Find

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Asians Out Of Work Longest Among U.S. Minorities

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Homeowners speak with bank consultants in Los Angeles in September at an event put on by the  Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America. The organization's CEO, Bruce Marks, says foreclosure suspensions at three major banks and several states may actually help stabilize the economy. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Some landlords have eased their credit standards to allow people with credit blemishes from foreclosures to rent apartments -- a practice that was largely taboo in the past. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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A "bank owned" sign is posted in front  of a foreclosed home in Miami. Borrowers trying to rebuild their lives after foreclosure say there's a stigma attached to having a low credit score. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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BP Spill Report Spreads Blame, What About Liability?

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Worries Mount Ahead Of Latest Employment Reports

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Job seekers speak with recruiters during a career fair sponsored at Malcolm X College in Chicago this summer. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Kelly Christensen and her ex-fiance, Joel Nerenberg, sit outside their home in Burnsville, Minn. Despite their broken engagement, the two are living together because they can't afford to sell their house for what it's worth now. Courtesy of Kelly Christensen and Joel Nerenberg hide caption

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