Housing recovery boom, bust states
Viewed through a prism of mortgage delinquencies, foreclosures and new loan originations, some states stand out. Here's a look at the best and worst.
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WHERE'S DETROIT???? GMC AND OBAMA SAID THE MOTOR CITY WAS COMING BACK??? YEAH RIGHT! WHERE'S ALL THOSE
GREAT JOBS? WHERE'S ALL THE GREEN ENERGY JOBS FROM THE BILLIONS HE WASTED ON FAILED GREEN ENERGY? BUT
HE REFUSES TO LET THE PIPELINE THRU AND MORE DRILLING OF CHEAP ENERGY???
Where is all the PMI money that people where paying into
when they couldn't afford to pay their mortgage anymore ???
Well at least at the end of Obamas 8 years the next president can use the ole "Its Obamas fault"!
Oh wait Hillary will be automatic - so guess they can kick George Bush`s can for the next 12 years.
Since someone did some work figuring this out, It would be more interesting to see all 50 states (or 57 States as Obama says) listed in order. I don't see my state listed and I don't see any lines to go back to work, just lines at unemployment.
I once read that 99% of all statistics are made up. Maybe, but twisted to the users benefit certainly.
I have no loans and pay off my credit card each month but I've been told both of these facts lower my credit score! In Obama world everything is screwy!
In Obama world Inflation statistics exclude food and energy.
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