By Devin Maverick Robins, The New York Times , December 2011
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Tess Vigeland travels to Walnut Creek, California and Wilsonville, Oregon to talk with two different people about their decision to walk away from their mortgage and the financial consequesnces of their decidions. How are their credit scores? Do they ever want to own again? Do they have any residual guilt about defaulting on the biggest debt they had? A special collaboration with the New York Times, asking "Which Way Home?"
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