The Mortgage Dilemma: ‘It Came Down to Morals or Survival – I Chose Survival’

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Something about the way global finance flew so dangerously high and then spiraled into chaos tells Victor Clawson that trouble with the four houses he owns in Natomas isn’t his fault.

“We are players in a game, and the game is controlled by somebody else,” said Clawson.

Click here to read the rest of “Some Sacramento Homebuyers Walk Away From Big Loans,” in The Sacramento Bee.

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