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Bank of America's 'mortgage-to-lease' trial gives select homeowners an escape from debt troubles while they rent their former homes for a reasonable price.
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Homeowners are likely to feel the impact of a nearby foreclosure on their own property values.
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As the foreclosure machine cranks up again, numbers soar in Pennsylvania, Maryland and several other states.
Some big banks are offering struggling homeowners incentives -- sometimes $30,000 or more -- to sell their homes for less than they owe.
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