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One man's foreclosure solution: Bulldoze his home

Terry Hoskins of Ohio went what some would consider all the way. Of course, his situation is far from normal in this current age of the housing crisis.

WLWT-TV says the Clermont County man didn't just fall a few months behind on his mortgage payments2_bing_11pxw.gif, like most people who lose their homes to foreclosure. Rather, RiverHills Bank claimed the $350,000 home that Hoskins built himself as collateral after his one-time business partner -- his brother -- sued him. More...

Good way to screw the bank if they're screwing you. :patriot:

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This is what happens when you take time away from the huddle...shame on you!

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Aw poo...Was on teh front page of MSN today. DAMN YOU MS!!!!

Damn called out and busted by my own.

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hahahahaha, sorry to burst your bubble chucktown. MSN just now reported on this?? that was so last week, haha.

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Yep...and I think it was only about five months ago that Venom let us know the world would end in three months. Right on the money! Wait...

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