Critics say new ideas are needed to stem foreclosure wave

11/1/2010 | Reuters

The government's Home Affordable Modification Program has helped fewer struggling homeowners than originally intended, prompting calls from its critics for new ideas to curtail foreclosures. The three proposals gaining the most traction are government-backed mortgage refinancing, a right-to-rent plan and cramdowns. However, each proposal has its downside.

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