Sign Of The Times - Foreclosure

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    I didn't need to see the sign to know this house was in foreclosure. The front yard was brown, flowers dying. In a neighborhood with prices starting at $700,000 homes, it's very sad.

    m.derepentigny, SoloSunday, and 49 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. olavbryantsmith 34 months ago | reply

      This photograph will be in the August 2012 issue of Empirical magazine (empiricalmagazine.com), available at all Barnes and Noble stores, and many other bookstores around the world. Thank you for making it available!

    2. bnjewell 34 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo -- I used it on my blog "God, Money & Me." godmoneyme.com/2012/07/10/right-ways-to-mortgage-fixed-vs...

    3. callieferman 31 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the great photo - I have used it here in a YouTube video on "Why NOT Gold?" youtu.be/y1QhL5kz81o (attribution is given at the end of the video).

    4. LaffingKat 27 months ago | reply

      Great photo! Thanks for making this available. We have used with credit on our blog at www.greenfieldadvisors.com/blog/193-foreclosures-an-update.

    5. GoldenHerald 27 months ago | reply

      Hi!
      I just wanted to let you know that I have used this picture in a video that I made and posted to Youtube. It's a parody of the Dodge Super Bowl ad, "So God Made a Farmer." My version is called "So God Made a Banker." (www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwppUbHSSzo)

      The video is only about two minutes long but if you don't want to watch it all your picture is featured at around the 0.33 mark.

      Many, many thanks for making this available to be used under a creative commons license. I have credited you both in the video's end credits, and in the video description where there is a link to this page.

    6. JefferyTurner 27 months ago | reply

      thank you. Nicely done. :)

    7. GoldenHerald 27 months ago | reply

      Glad you liked it! (It is a great shot by the way)

    8. lubbe036 24 months ago | reply

      Thank you for using creative commons! We are using this fantastic photo on our open-access social sciences website to illustrate an interview regarding the media, race, and housing crisis. You can check it out on our homepage at thesocietypages.org where it will be on rotation with attribution for 3-5 days starting tomorrow. Thanks again! Carolyn Lubben

    9. JefferyTurner 24 months ago | reply

      It is my pleasure.

    10. TBoard 20 months ago | reply

      I used your photo again in a blog post. It is iconic. :)

    11. House buyer 92 17 months ago | reply

      Hello Jeffery, Great photo may I use it on my site Fastest house buyer?

    12. JefferyTurner 17 months ago | reply

      it is licensed under creative commons, you only need to give attribution to use it.

    13. BestPricesPaid 17 months ago | reply

      I too would like to use it on my site, Best Prices Paid. Great photo!

    14. elizbathmartin 16 months ago | reply

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    15. BestPricesPaid 16 months ago | reply

      Great angle on this, and you got a perfect day to take it! Definitely a keeper. I think I may put it on my site at Better Price Paid.

    16. 1613ad 14 months ago | reply

      thank you, this is a fabulous image - we've used it too, here: bit.ly/ 1dmHE0b

    17. spencerm50 14 months ago | reply

      Hi Jeffery. Thanks for making this shot available. It's perfect for my new site Prompt Property Buyers. Will be using it in an up coming article on how to avoid mortgage arrears.

    18. orangewebdevelopment 13 months ago | reply

      Such a shame to see such problems happening time and time again. To prevent further action from repossessions please visit our site today - NPT Quick House Sale Thanks - i will be adding the site to my blog if that is okay?

    19. We Buy Houses - KRL Group FL 2 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo, Jeff! You can find it at Sell Your House Before Foreclosure. We will be adding more info to this page in the future.

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