Foreclosure Photos on Townhall

  •  - A foreclosed home is shown in Stockton

    A foreclosed home is shown in Stockton

    Posted: 2/17/2012 2:29:23 AM EST
    A foreclosed home is shown in Stockton, California May 13, 2008. Home foreclosure filings in the U.S. jumped 23 percent in the first quarter from the prior quarter, and more than doubled from a year earlier. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
  •  - A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills

    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills

    Posted: 2/16/2012 7:24:01 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  - A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills

    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills

    Posted: 2/16/2012 7:23:49 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  - To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    Posted: 2/16/2012 12:10:43 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. Some 180 houses in the 90210 zip code have been foreclosed on by lenders, scheduled for auction, or have been served with a default notice, the highest level since the 2008 financial crash, according to a Reuters analysis of figures compiled by RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosures nationwide. But the dynamics of the residential real estate collapse are very different in elite neighborhoods such as this. The majority of delinquent homeowners here owe more than $1 million. Many are walking away not because they can't pay, but because they judge it would be foolish to keep doing so. Picture taken February 3, 2012. To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
  •  - To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    Posted: 2/16/2012 12:10:03 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. Some 180 houses in the 90210 zip code have been foreclosed on by lenders, scheduled for auction, or have been served with a default notice, the highest level since the 2008 financial crash, according to a Reuters analysis of figures compiled by RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosures nationwide. But the dynamics of the residential real estate collapse are very different in elite neighborhoods such as this. The majority of delinquent homeowners here owe more than $1 million. Many are walking away not because they can't pay, but because they judge it would be foolish to keep doing so. Picture taken February 3, 2012. To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
  •  - To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    Posted: 2/16/2012 12:05:48 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. Some 180 houses in the 90210 zip code have been foreclosed on by lenders, scheduled for auction, or have been served with a default notice, the highest level since the 2008 financial crash, according to a Reuters analysis of figures compiled by RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosures nationwide. But the dynamics of the residential real estate collapse are very different in elite neighborhoods such as this. The majority of delinquent homeowners here owe more than $1 million. Many are walking away not because they can't pay, but because they judge it would be foolish to keep doing so. Picture taken February 3, 2012. To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
  •  - To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    Posted: 2/16/2012 12:04:54 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. Some 180 houses in the 90210 zip code have been foreclosed on by lenders, scheduled for auction, or have been served with a default notice, the highest level since the 2008 financial crash, according to a Reuters analysis of figures compiled by RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosures nationwide. But the dynamics of the residential real estate collapse are very different in elite neighborhoods such as this. The majority of delinquent homeowners here owe more than $1 million. Many are walking away not because they can't pay, but because they judge it would be foolish to keep doing so. Picture taken February 3, 2012. To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
  •  - To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS

    Posted: 2/16/2012 12:03:44 AM EST
    A view of a multi-million dollar home in foreclosure on Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, California February 3, 2012. Some 180 houses in the 90210 zip code have been foreclosed on by lenders, scheduled for auction, or have been served with a default notice, the highest level since the 2008 financial crash, according to a Reuters analysis of figures compiled by RealtyTrac, which tracks foreclosures nationwide. But the dynamics of the residential real estate collapse are very different in elite neighborhoods such as this. The majority of delinquent homeowners here owe more than $1 million. Many are walking away not because they can't pay, but because they judge it would be foolish to keep doing so. Picture taken February 3, 2012. To match Feature USA-HOUSING/HILLS REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
  •  - An empty post where a "for sale" sign used to hang is seen outside a home in Brentwood,

    An empty post where a "for sale" sign used to hang is seen outside a home in Brentwood,

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:20:36 PM EST
    An empty post where a "for sale" sign used to hang is seen outside a home in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Hilton Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, speaks with Donita Moore in Brentwood, New York

    Hilton Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, speaks with Donita Moore in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:18:27 PM EST
    Hilton Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, speaks with Donita Moore, 50, at the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states that it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:16:53 PM EST
    A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:15:45 PM EST
    A home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - People speak with banking advisors outside the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    People speak with banking advisors outside the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:10:07 PM EST
    People speak with banking advisors outside the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - The front door of a home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    The front door of a home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:06:31 PM EST
    The front door of a home is seen padlocked and boarded up in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Girls walk by a locked and boarded up home in Brentwood, New York

    Girls walk by a locked and boarded up home in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:04:42 PM EST
    Girls walk by a locked and boarded up home in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A woman and her child speak with a banking advisor at the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    A woman and her child speak with a banking advisor at the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:03:34 PM EST
    A woman and her child speak with a banking advisor at the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A man leaves the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    A man leaves the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 4:01:18 PM EST
    A man leaves the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states that it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, holds his head as speaks with Donita Moore in Brentwood, New York

    Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, holds his head as speaks with Donita Moore in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 3:59:47 PM EST
    Hilton Mitchell, a Senior Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, holds his head as speaks with Donita Moore, 50, at the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states that it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A man walks into the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    A man walks into the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York

    Posted: 2/10/2012 3:58:04 PM EST
    A man walks into the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012. The Federal Reserve announced on Thursday that as part of the larger $25 billion foreclosure settlement agreed to by U.S. banks and states, it was imposing penalties totaling $766.5 million on five U.S. banks over their mortgage servicing practices. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announce $25 billion agreement with mortgage servicers in Washington

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announce $25 billion agreement with mortgage servicers in Washington

    Posted: 2/10/2012 9:33:50 AM EST
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announce that the federal government and 49 state attorneys general have reached a $25 billion agreement with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers to address mortgage loan servicing and foreclosure abuses, in Washington, February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron


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