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VOICE Citizen Investigators Uncover Rampant Robo Signing

Over the summer of 2011, a team of more than 30 VOICE citizen investigators conducted research into how the “robo-signing scandal” – a national news story profiled on 60 Minutes, in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and more – affected Prince William County, Manassas, & Manassas Park. In the jurisdiction with the most foreclosures in the state of Virginia (more than 16,000) and the 26th highest percentage of underwater properties in the United States (47.4%), these investigators uncovered clear patterns.

As N.Va. neighbors show, housing mess isn’t limited to the irresponsible

The nation’s lingering housing foreclosure mess is too often about folks with McMansion-size aspirations and duplex paychecks, granite counter appetites and laminate budgets.

And when we hear that one of the nation’s hot spots for foreclosures is Prince William County, we nod knowingly, thinking of the vast tracts of huge new homes and the dreamers who drowned in them. Read more about As N.Va. neighbors show, housing mess isn’t limited to the irresponsible

City captures state award for youth project

The city captured the “State Neighborhood Youth Effort of the Year” for its national pilot “1 By Youth” project that took place on April 24 in the Georgetown South neighborhood. Read more about City captures state award for youth project

News Coverage of Foreclosure Accountability Action - October 30 2011

WUSA CBS 9 News Coverage. Over 900 VOICE leaders crammed in the Auditorium of Freedom High School with Senator Mark Warner and, for the first time, representatives from Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase. We publicly made our demands to the bank representatives for accountability for the foreclosure crisis reaping havoc on Prince William County.

 

 

 

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