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    Posted September 27, 2012 by
    Yorba Linda, California
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Final presidential debate: Unanswered questions

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    Obama Debate Question on Foreclosures


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     MelissaF was inspired to ask about homeowner rights because she worked as a realtor during the housing bubble. 'Current homeowners are not getting the same deals as Wall Street bankers/investors or any new buyer,' she said. 'Why is the current homeowner being discriminated against by not being given the same deal?' Do you have a question you want to be addressed in the debate? Share your question here.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    As a Realtor seeing many loans that should have never been approved during the housing bubble, I am very concerned of the ongoing mortgage crisis and don't see a sustainable economic recovery until the current homeowners are given the same deal as Wall Street fat cats and new buyers.


    If the current homeowners are given the same deal, it could save around 5 million homes.  I rather help the current homeowner than a fat cat that approved the loan in the first place.  Wall Street banks got bailed out, why not the current homeowners who got sold out?


    Twitter: @HitsandMisses
    Website: MelissaFazli.com


    I went back looking for an old iReport for someone and I came across these oldies but goodies and you can tell that this mortgage crisis has been on my mind since almost the beginning of me being here on iReport.


    March 12, 2009

    Foreclosure Crisis Recommendation to Obama:  (really grainy but audio is ok)



    Wachovia is reducing principals!!



    And here's when I changed parties back in January  of 2012 because of Obama's stance on prosecuting the banks and:

    Independent Voter Defects


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