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20 Percent Of American Homes 'Underwater'

According to a study from the Santa Ana, CA research firm CoreLogic, one in five homes in the United States are worth less than what their purchasers owe on them. What do you think?

  • “That's impossible. My house wasn't worth anything to begin with.”

    Kathryn Butin
    Systems Analyst
  • “Have they tried putting cinnamon sticks on the stove?”

    Sam McDonell
    Napthalene Operator
  • “This is exactly why I live with my parents. Their home value always remains something I have absolutely nothing to do with or am responsible for.”

    Casey Prindle
    Unemployed