Reprinted with permission from TomDispatch.Security is a slippery idea these days—especially when it comes to homes and neighborhoods.Perhaps the most controversial development in America’s housing “recovery” is the role played by large private equity firms. In recent years, they have bought up more than 200,000 mostly foreclosed houses ...
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