Unions, activists decry investors purchasing Baltimore’s distressed mortgages

Activists and unions urged a Baltimore City Council committee to consider actions against lenders they argue hurt the city by purchasing distressed mortgages, evicting homeowners and leaving properties vacant. The Housing and Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing on Thursday at City Hall examining the impact of a federal Housing and Urban Development program allowing the ...

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