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The Castle of Otranto And The Failure Of Mortgage-Backed Securities

For the Term of his Natural Life (He’ll Be Renting)

The Old English Baron Is In Default

The Mysteries of Udolpho’s Debt Restructuring Plan

The Lonesome Place Is All We Can Afford

The Misfortunes of Virtue Or; Too Big To Fail

The Rats In The Walls: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

The Vanishing Apparition Of The Federal Funds Rate

Bleak House’s Subprime Borrowers

The Castle Spectre Is In Foreclosure

Jamaica Inn’s Short-Term Renters

The Lair of the White Worm Is $1800/mo., $1750/mo if you’re willing to share a bathroom

Other Voices, Other Rooms, All Of Which You’ll Have To Share With At Least Two Other Subletters

The Quaker City Has An Ever-Tightening Housing Market

The Romance of the Forest, Due To A Lack Of Affordable Housing In The City Proper

Melmoth the Wanderer Blames Stagnant Wages And Runaway Rent Increases

The Fall of the House of Usher Into Arrears

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