The November 20 installment in the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Foreclosure Response podcast series
features Susan Adams of the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership discussing how foreclosures and tax assessment practices can have a negative and inequitable impact on households in the surrounding area. After you have listened to the podcast, join us on the Forum on Wednesday, December 16 from 12 - 2:00 p.m. EST
(9 - 11:00 a.m. PST), to get answers to your questions about the podcast.
Note: You will need to refresh your browser from time to time to see new responses as they are added.
About the Foreclosure Response podcast series
- Interact with the speaker: On Wednesday, December 16 from 12 - 2:00 p.m. EST Susan Adams will be online to answer your questions. All questions should be posted to this thread by pressing the Add Reply button. You are welcome to post at any time leading up to or during the online Q&A session. Questions will be answered on a first-come, first-served basis until time runs out, so post early to be sure yours is addressed.
The Foreclosure Response podcast series is made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Through interviews with experts on various facets of foreclosure - from neighborhood impacts to loan modifications to new strategies - listeners will be engaged in understanding the problems and advancing solutions. Each week, beginning September 24, 2009, and continuing for more than ten weeks, a new interview will be released. HousingPolicy.org is partnering with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta to offer online Q&A with the speakers.