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TitleThe cost-effectiveness of community-based foreclosure prevention
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PublisherUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
DateDecember 2005
Pages39 pp.
DescriptionExamine the cost-effectiveness of community-based foreclosure prevention interventions using two proxy measures: time to resolution and the rate of recidivism.
Filed inHousing > Affordable housing, Housing > Homeownership
TopicsHousing
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