Hosted and produced by Shu Bartholomew, On The Commons is a weekly radio show dedicated to discussing the many issues surrounding mandatory homeowner associations, the fastest growing form of residential housing in the nation.
Foreclosures are everywhere. Drive through any neighborhood and chances are you will see signs of vacant houses, “For Sale” signs with “Bank owned” riders, homes noticeably neglected and abandoned. The newspapers and other media outlets report on the sheer number of homes that are being foreclosed on. The news on the economy is equally dire. What on earth is going on? Is there a connection between the economy and all the foreclosures?
On The Commons this week we are joined by April Charney. April, described as the angel of foreclosure defense by MSNBC and awesome by some of her clients, is a Jackson Area Legal Aid attorney in Florida who has earned the reputation of being the leading expert on foreclosures. She speaks at seminars across the country and trains attorneys to defend homeowners. She is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates www.naca.net and was named National Consumer Lawyer of the year in 2007. Please join us On The Commons this Saturday, January 17, 2009. We’ll talk to April and try to demystify what is happening. We’ll also find out what we should do as individuals, and as communities, to protect ourselves and where to find a competent attorney to represent us should we need one. You don’t want to miss this one.