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Facing the Foreclosure Crisis in Greater Cleveland: What Happened and How Communities are Responding

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Claudia Coulton | Kathryn W. Hexter | April Hirsh | Anne O’Shaughnessy | Francisca G.C. Richter | Michael Schramm

The foreclosure crisis is among the most significant challenges facing American cities today. It has been difficult as a nation to assess the damage to housing stock, neighborhoods, and communities, let alone decide upon strategies to repair and move forward. As new foreclosures continue to mount, their impact spreads from central cities to places that initially seemed immune.


Suggested citation: Coulton, Claudia, Kathryn W. Hexter, April Hirsh, Anne O’Shaughnessy, Francisca G.C. Richter, and Michael Schramm. “Facing the Foreclosure Crisis in Greater Cleveland: What Happened and How Communities are Responding,” Urban Publications, Paper 374, 01.01.2010.

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