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Jan 13 2020

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foreclosure

Definition of foreclosure

Examples of foreclosure in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web

Jackson moved out of Neverland after his 2005 trial for charges of child molestation, closing the property, and allowing it to go into foreclosure in 2008, Esquire reported. — Taylor Mead, House Beautiful, “Neverland Ranch Is Back on the Market, Here’s Everything You Need to Know,” 6 Mar. 2019 The residence has been owned by a bank since Anastasia Kirkeby, Burns’s former partner, lost it in foreclosure in 2016. — Bob Hohler, BostonGlobe.com, “Ailing former Patriots, feeling spurned by the NFL, turn to a clinic with a founder of dubious repute,” 28 Apr. 2018 In 2017, an apartment that had been owned by shell companies linked to a Nigerian businessman sold in a foreclosure auction for $36 million, far less than the $50.9 million purchase price in 2014. — Candace Taylor, WSJ, “The Man Behind Billionaires’ Row Battles to Sell the World’s Tallest Condo,” 17 Jan. 2019 The book includes a passage about her work as attorney general in negotiating a multibillion-dollar settlement with five major banks for their role in the foreclosure crisis after the economic downturn a decade ago. — Ken Thomas, WSJ, “Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris Says She Is Running for President in 2020,” 21 Jan. 2019 The sector seemed to get a boost from the foreclosure crisis, which seems reasonable given that millions of people who lost homes probably had to move into smaller rentals or share housing. — Ryan Dezember, WSJ, “Got Junk? Self-Storage Investors Hope So,” 21 Dec. 2018 The money, about $800,000, was part of a $2.4 million transfer to the account following a foreclosure sale Prins conducted for a client. — Patrick Danner, San Antonio Express-News, “Disgraced ex-San Antonio lawyer Prins gets six-year prison sentence,” 15 May 2018 Most of the 43 overall growth in older renters since 2016 has been among households earning under $30,000 a year, reflecting the long-term damage of the foreclosure crisis, as well as the aging of low-income renters. — Patrick Sisson, Curbed, “Senior housing: Older Americans face affordability, accessibility challenges,” 14 Nov. 2018 As a result, serious mortgage delinquency rates and foreclosure rates have dwindled to practically nothing since the crisis. — Jeff Andrews, Curbed, “10 years after the financial crisis, is the housing market still at risk?,” 29 Aug. 2018

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