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  •  - Members of Occupy Fort Lauderdale Foreclosure Mobilization sit in front of Adeline Pierre's home in North Miami Beach

    Members of Occupy Fort Lauderdale Foreclosure Mobilization sit in front of Adeline Pierre's home in North Miami Beach

    Posted: 3/28/2012 10:52:52 PM EST
    Members of the protest group Occupy Fort Lauderdale Foreclosure Mobilization, "Peace" (L) and "Jay" (R), sit in front of a home owned by 84-year-old Adeline Pierre in North Miami Beach, Florida, March 28, 2012. The Occupy group hopes to stop a pending eviction order on Pierre who has lived with her family for 20 years in the home. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 3/23/2012 6:45:46 AM EST
    FILE - A Bank of America branch is shown in a Charlotte, N.C. file photo from April 20, 2006. Bank of America said Thursday March 22, 2012 it has begun a pilot program offering some of its mortgage customers who are facing foreclosure a chance to stay in their homes by becoming renters instead of owners. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File)
  •  - Amy Esparza, 11, whose family home was foreclosed on, holds a sign during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles

    Amy Esparza, 11, whose family home was foreclosed on, holds a sign during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles

    Posted: 3/20/2012 9:53:31 PM EST
    Amy Esparza, 11, whose family home was foreclosed on, holds a sign during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Luis Salgado stands in front of a Wells Fargo stagecoach inside their offices during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles

    Luis Salgado stands in front of a Wells Fargo stagecoach inside their offices during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles

    Posted: 3/20/2012 9:11:22 PM EST
    Luis Salgado stands in front of a Wells Fargo stagecoach inside their offices during a march to protest Wells Fargo bank's foreclosure practices in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 1:26:03 PM EST
    FILE - In this Oct. 5, 2011 file photo, Occupy Wall Street protesters join a labor union rally in Foley Square before marching on Zuccotti Park in New York's Financial District. The Occupy movement has lain largely dormant over the winter. But as the weather warms and it marks six months since the first camp was set up in New York City, protesters are thinking big for spring and reflecting on achievements they credit themselves with, from rescuing homeowners from foreclosure to the spirit of Barack Obama's State of the Union address. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 1:26:03 PM EST
    FILE - In this Oct. 14, 2011 file photo, a protestor participating in the Occupy Wall Street protests screams while marching towards Wall Street in New York. The Occupy movement has lain largely dormant over the winter. But as the weather warms and it marks six months since the first camp was set up in New York City, protesters are thinking big for spring and reflecting on achievements they credit themselves with, from rescuing homeowners from foreclosure to the spirit of Barack Obama's State of the Union address. (AP Photo/Andrew Burton, File)
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    Posted: 3/15/2012 7:20:45 AM EST
    HFR until 12:01 a.m. EST Thursday-- FILE - In this March 8, 2011, file photo, a foreclosed house with sale pending sign is shown in Tigard, Ore. Foreclosure activity surged in Febrauay across about half of the nation?s states, as banks tackled a backlog of homes with mortgages gone unpaid, yet in limbo due to delays stemming from foreclosure-abuse claims. That means potentially more foreclosed homes hitting the market this year that could drag down the value of neighboring homes. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)
  •  - Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont

    Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont

    Posted: 3/12/2012 6:09:14 PM EST
    Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont, New York, April 9, 2009. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
  •  - Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont

    Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont

    Posted: 3/12/2012 6:08:54 PM EST
    Police tape marked as a Foreclosure Free Zone is seen outside the foreclosed home of Marie Elie in Elmont, New York, April 9, 2009. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:38:49 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover is pictured sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:16:02 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover is pictured sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover points to a document commemorating the "Payers of the Church Mortgage Debt Free in 1943" hung on the walls at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover points to a document commemorating the "Payers of the Church Mortgage Debt Free in 1943" hung on the walls at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:15:28 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover points to a document commemorating the "Payers of the Church Mortgage Debt Free in 1943" hung on the walls at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The document remembers the parishioners who contributed to pay off the mortgage when the church moved to its present location. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover looks out from the front door of the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover looks out from the front door of the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:14:05 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover looks out from the front door of the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover works in his office at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover works in his office at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:13:06 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover works in his office at the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:11:13 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover is pictured sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:10:23 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover is pictured sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Reverend Gregory G. Groover sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston

    Posted: 3/9/2012 9:08:44 AM EST
    Reverend Gregory G. Groover is pictured sits for a portrait inside the Charles St. AME Church in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts March 7, 2012. The church is being threatened with foreclosure and a March 22 auction by its lender OneUnited bank, America's largest black-owned bank. The bank says the church, which was founded in 1818 and played a major role in the anti-slavery movement, has defaulted on a $1.1 million balloon loan that came due in December 2011. Groover said the church did not default by missing monthly payments, but is in trouble because the loan ballooned. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT RELIGION)
  •  - A map of the United States displaying foreclosure statistics is seen in the exhibit, "Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream," at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York

    A map of the United States displaying foreclosure statistics is seen in the exhibit, "Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream," at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York

    Posted: 3/4/2012 12:38:02 PM EST
    A map of the United States displaying foreclosure statistics is seen in the exhibit, "Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream," at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, February 23, 2012. The exhibit, created as a response to the ongoing economic and housing crisis of the past five years, re-envisions housing development in five communities around the United States: Keizer, Oregon; Temple Terrace, Florida; Cicero, Illinois; Orange, New Jersey and Rialto, California. Picture taken February 23, 2012. To go with USA-FORECLOSURE/MOMA REUTERS/Andrew Burton (UNITED STATES - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - A member of the Occupy Wall St movement points at a foreclosure notice that had been posted on a Wells Fargo branch during a "national day of action" demonstration in New York

    A member of the Occupy Wall St movement points at a foreclosure notice that had been posted on a Wells Fargo branch during a "national day of action" demonstration in New York

    Posted: 2/29/2012 3:22:51 PM EST
    A member of the Occupy Wall St movement points at a foreclosure notice that had been posted on a Wells Fargo branch during a "national day of action" demonstration in New York February 29, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
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    Posted: 2/26/2012 2:55:46 PM EST
    In this Feb. 14, 2012 photo, people walk away after riding the free City Trolley service in Kokomo, Ind. Ridership on in the program has exceeded all projections. Kokomo had made an ignominious list of fastest-dying communities in America. Hundreds of workers were laid off. Foreclosure signs were everywhere. Unemployment briefly topped 20 percent. Now, the community is on the mend, and many credit the auto industry's bailout. While the government rescue is still damned by the Republican presidential candidates - and even by some Indiana politicians - folks in Kokomo beg to differ. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)