Banks seized more than 1 million homes last year, and industry experts say 2011 could be even worse
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Jason Grodensky says the Bank of America repossessed his Fort Lauderdale house — even though he'd never even taken out a mortgage. His story isn't the first of its kind
In a country where individual freedom is sacred, say Don Watkins and Yaron Brooks at Forbes, Washington has no business pushing them to buy homes
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