Lloyd Segal

Mortgage banker

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Mortgage banker in Beverly Hills, California and author of Stop Foreclosure Now: Save Your House if You Can Save Your Credit if You Can't

Lloyd Segal on KCRW

From January to the end of March, mortgage foreclosures in California  rose  800% as compared to the first three months of last year.

Foreclosures are up but so is the need for housing

From January to the end of March, mortgage foreclosures in California rose 800% as compared to the first three months of last year.

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No less an authority than Alan Greenspan, former Chair of the  Federal Reserve , called sub-prime mortgages a tool for democratizing credit.

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No less an authority than Alan Greenspan, former Chair of the Federal Reserve , called sub-prime mortgages a tool for democratizing credit.

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