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The impact of rising foreclosures has begun to become evident in the streets, as in this tent at the Occupy D.C. encampment.

Credit unions by and large have been seen as the good guys in the ongoing housing finance crisis. In general, more conservative underwriting prevented most credit unions from making the mortgage loans that were most likely to wind up delinquent. Further, when credit union loans have become delinquent, CUs have generally been better positioned to modify them to help out their struggling members, particularly when they have not sold the loans or, if they did sell them, they retained the servicing.

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