New York, NY (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- This month Barack Obama announced that stopping rising numbers of foreclosure homes in the US is included within the Governmentâs planned economic stimulus package. The package, worth $787 billion, aims to turn the current economic crisis around.
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Banks are working together with the unemployed to buy foreclosure homes without investing fortunes [http://www.homeforeclosuredatabase.com/] so that the properties are off their hands and owned by those who really need them. However, time is running out for investors to take advantage of the current cheap real estate market as US Government plans to stem the rising numbers of foreclosure properties move forth.
Contact: John Adler Vice President HomeForeclosureDatabase.com firstname.lastname@example.org