Dislocation from realty

The term intentional foreclosure pretty accurately describes a new trend fast developing in the real estate market.

A buyer (idiotus homedebtorus horribulus anus) sees the house across the street for sale and it is significantly less than the one purchased just a short while ago. Homedebtor buys it and moves his family in.

Shortly thereafter, they stop making payments and default on their old home. Ruins their credit for awhile, but that’s a minor concern.

Is it right?

“Is it wrong to steal when you’re hungry? That’s an issue that a lot of people are trying to figure out right now,” says Linda.

Ah, but the question is, Linda, “Is it wrong to steal when you are NOT hungry?

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