The NEC's Subprime Mortgage 

Real estate deals may not have impoverished the Northcoast Environmental Center, but they sure didn't help

By now we've all heard plenty of stories about people who bought houses they couldn't afford, at the top of the market and with no money down. Those luckless homeowners, many of them foreclosed upon long ago, will forever be a…

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