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Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?

 
They Dont Care About Us
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Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
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There have been some great ideas to help the homeless. A coalition of south suburban mayors proposed building a shelter for the homeless in one of their communities. The shelter was to be financed by Communities voluntarily donating just $1.00 of their water bills to go toward the construction of the shelter. The shelter was not built because there was no land available, but hopefully will be built soon on some property donated by the village of country club hills. About $500,000 has been raised but much more money is needed and the actual start of construction is years down the road. We need more of these innovative plans.

I got to thinking about all the foreclosed and boarded up homes in our country. Some of these homes sit for years before they sell. Why not house the homeless in these foreclosed homes temporarily and have them take care of the properties in lieu of paying rent?
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10/30/2009 09:18 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
[link to www.chicagonow.com]

WHAT IS THE ANSWER?
There have been some great ideas to help the homeless. A coalition of south suburban mayors proposed building a shelter for the homeless in one of their communities. The shelter was to be financed by Communities voluntarily donating just $1.00 of their water bills to go toward the construction of the shelter. The shelter was not built because there was no land available, but hopefully will be built soon on some property donated by the village of country club hills. About $500,000 has been raised but much more money is needed and the actual start of construction is years down the road. We need more of these innovative plans.

I got to thinking about all the foreclosed and boarded up homes in our country. Some of these homes sit for years before they sell. Why not house the homeless in these foreclosed homes temporarily and have them take care of the properties in lieu of paying rent?
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The marxist answer will always be put the homeless in communes and put a Hitler type in charge of the commune,this is why hippy communes are so smelly
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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10/30/2009 09:34 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
The better solution is to help those in foreclosure by extending the payment by 6 months to a year, and placing the homeless (THAT WANTTO BE IN HOME) in the abndoned ones.
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10/30/2009 09:41 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
If the home is like the foreclosed homes around here they've already had copper wires, plumbing, and anything else of value ripped out and sold as scrap. An abandoned home would be too dangerous for habitation.

If it's newly foreclosed or taken care of, sure.
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10/30/2009 09:41 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
The better solution is to help those in foreclosure by extending the payment by 6 months to a year, and placing the homeless (THAT WANTTO BE IN HOME) in the abndoned ones.
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yeah but thats obvious


the reality is the NWO are turning the USA in to a third world police state marxist slum,marxism is truly EVIL
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10/30/2009 09:45 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
The better solution is to help those in foreclosure by extending the payment by 6 months to a year, and placing the homeless (THAT WANTTO BE IN HOME) in the abndoned ones.
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bare bones structures should be designed for homeless . holding like 40 people at a time.. .turn boarded up schools into shelters
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10/30/2009 09:47 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
This is so ridiculous ! Most people are homeless because they're homes are foreclosed ~ ugggg.. HELP FIX THE PROBLEM BEFORE IT COMES TO THIS FOR GOD'S SAKE !
Anonymous Coward
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10/30/2009 09:49 AM
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Gee, great idea OP. But I really think it's unfair that the homeless get rent-free houses while I have to pay.

I think I'll "go homeless" and get me one of them free properties you're talking about.

Why should I pay? Just tell me how to sign up!
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10/30/2009 09:50 AM
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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
bare bones structures should be designed for homeless . holding like 40 people at a time.. .turn boarded up schools into shelters
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homeless shelters are communes,full of lice and smelling of urine they are full of bums snoring and farting the night away


just horrible
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10/30/2009 09:50 AM

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Re: Could foreclosed homes be a haven for homeless families?
O.K, let me stop paying my mortgage so I can move into a FREE home without my $1400/month mortgage !!! Woot I love the idea!
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