Comparing Plans To Help Troubled Homeowners As the Treasury moves ahead with plans to shore up the country's troubled banks, there are increasing calls for the government to do more to help troubled mortgage holders. Guy Cecala, who publishes an industry newsletter called Inside Mortgage Finance, says all the proposals have one goal in mind: keep the borrowers in their homes.
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Comparing Plans To Help Troubled Homeowners

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Comparing Plans To Help Troubled Homeowners

Comparing Plans To Help Troubled Homeowners

Comparing Plans To Help Troubled Homeowners

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As the Treasury moves ahead with plans to shore up the country's troubled banks, there are increasing calls for the government to do more to help troubled mortgage holders. Guy Cecala publishes an industry newsletter called Inside Mortgage Finance. He tells Renee Montagne that all the proposals have one goal in mind: keep the borrowers in their homes.