Quicken Loans aims to help 65,000 Detroit households avoid tax foreclosure

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Quicken Loans aims to help 65,000 Detroit households avoid tax foreclosure

Quicken Loans aims to help 65,000 Detroit households avoid tax foreclosure

Metro Times-

This fall, about two thousand Detroit families and households lost the roofs over their heads due to tax foreclosure.

This occurred for a variety of reasons, but in most cases, the people put out were renters with irresponsible landlords who hadn’t paid their tax bills. In other instances, low-income homeowners who would have been eligible for tax exemptions lost their homes because they weren’t aware of the help available or hadn’t properly filled out the sometimes complicated forms required to get it.

Whatever the cause, it was a continuation of the status quo: Since 2009, Wayne County has foreclosed on an estimated one in four Detroit properties.

[METRO TIMES]

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