Going Once 

Who buys, who wins and who loses at foreclosure auctions

The elevated walkway into Humboldt County’s Courthouse seems suspended in air, one flight of stairs above the homeless, the occupiers and the rumble of Fifth Street traffic. This pale patch of concrete is where hopes disintegrate and homes are lost. Almost every…

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