Two Million Subprime-Mortgage Foreclosures Expected by 2009

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New Foreclosure Online, which provides information about foreclosed homes, will be greatly affected by numerous foreclosures anticipated in a Congressional report.

A Congressional report released this week states that 2 million subprime-mortgage foreclosures will likely take place by 2009. New Foreclosures Online, found at, will be significantly affected if this occurs. The site provides information about foreclosed homes for sale across the nation.

The Congressional report said that the anticipated foreclosures will occur if home prices should continue to decrease at the same spiraling rate. An estimated $71 billion in housing wealth will be destroyed, and states will lose $917 million in property tax revenue because of these foreclosures. There will, however, be more homes available to new buyers.

Politicians in Washington and legal movers and shakers have come up with some plans to address the deteriorating subprime problem, but for now there should continue to be more foreclosures every day. This occurs when homeowners can no longer continue to pay their home loan and all of the associated fees, especially when they have an mortgage that adjusts to the current market after a couple of years in the home.

As foreclosures increase, New Foreclosures Online will be available to provide information to all interested parties.

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About New Foreclosures Online:
Thousands of houses are foreclosed each day in the United States, and even more people are interested in buying them for one reason of another. New Foreclosures Online is a Web site that specializes in making the process of buying a foreclosed house easier. Interested buyers only have to join and wait for information, and when they find a house that fits into their budget and preferences, they can buy it. The process is simple, but without this list, finding the right house would be nearly impossible.


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