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Families Lose Homes As Weak Economy, Housing Crisis Drags On

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MILLIKEN, CO - OCTOBER 05: Brandie Barbiere (L) tries to explain to her husband Dan Barbiere why their home was foreclosed upon on October 5, 2011 in Milliken, Colorado. Brandie said she had stopped making the mortgage payments 11 months before, after she lost more than half her home child care business due to the continued weak economy. Her husband Dan, a fulltime air conditioning distributor, did not learn of the situation until he returned home to find his family evicted, their household possessions removed to the front lawn and the home repossesed by the bank. A nationwide glut of foreclosed homes is expected to depress U.S. housing values for years. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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MILLIKEN, CO - OCTOBER 05: Brandie Barbiere (L) tries to explain to her husband Dan Barbiere why their home was foreclosed upon on October 5, 2011 in Milliken, Colorado. Brandie said she had stopped making the mortgage payments 11 months before, after she lost more than half her home child care business due to the continued weak economy. Her husband Dan, a fulltime air conditioning distributor, did not learn of the situation until he returned home to find his family evicted, their household possessions removed to the front lawn and the home repossesed by the bank. A nationwide glut of foreclosed homes is expected to depress U.S. housing values for years. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Brandie Barbiere tries to explain to her husband Dan Barbiere why... News Photo 128281025Adult,Bestof,Business,Co,Corporate Business,Economy,Explaining,Finance,Home,Horizontal,Human Interest,Husband,Males,Men,People,Topics,Topix,Trying,USA,Waist UpPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2011 Getty ImagesMILLIKEN, CO - OCTOBER 05: Brandie Barbiere (L) tries to explain to her husband Dan Barbiere why their home was foreclosed upon on October 5, 2011 in Milliken, Colorado. Brandie said she had stopped making the mortgage payments 11 months before, after she lost more than half her home child care business due to the continued weak economy. Her husband Dan, a fulltime air conditioning distributor, did not learn of the situation until he returned home to find his family evicted, their household possessions removed to the front lawn and the home repossesed by the bank. A nationwide glut of foreclosed homes is expected to depress U.S. housing values for years. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)