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Responsibility doesn’t pay

I want a $729,749 home.

Why was I stupid enough to buy a home I could afford? By the looks of it some “lucky” people who bought homes they don’t want to afford might be able to get their principal balance reduced (March 27, front page). I live within a budget and know what I can afford. Why do those that refuse to live within their means get the help?

It is not fair, it makes me mad and I don’t think there is a thing I can do about it.

Monica Bundy

Deer Park



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