Locked out: Lenders freeze home-equity credit

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

In the latest aftershock from the housing crash, lenders are scaling back home-equity credit lines. It's a move that affects all homeowners — those with good and bad credit alike. Paul Owers, a real estate reporter at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, explains.


Chelsea Merz

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