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  Opportunity is abundant for buyers to access more homes, cabins and even lots or acreage than ever before. The links below provide current foreclosure listings through the areas local multiple listing services.

Gilmer County Ellijay GA Homes: 
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Gilmer County Ellijay GA Land/lots:
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Pickens County Jasper GA Homes:
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Pickens County Jasper GA Land/lots:
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Fannin County Blue Ridge GA Homes:
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Fannin County, Blue Ridge GA Lots & Acreage:
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Union County Blairsville GA Homes:
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Union County Blairsville GA Lots & Acreage:
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Towns County Hiawassee GA Homes:
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Towns County Hiawassee GA Lots & Acreage:
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Cherokee County Murphy NC Homes:
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Cherokee County Murphy NC Lots & Acreage:
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If you have problems viewing the links below, copy and paste into your web browser. More for Murphy, NC

http://www.navica2.net/displays/?n=309&i=670157&k=UFvf

http://www.navica2.net/displays/?n=309&i=670158&k=FctW

Contact Kathryn Shanaberger for a more updated list of foreclosures at 828-837-1554 or mountains@dnet.net

Majority of foreclosures in this area are still being held and promoted through the local banks. Not all foreclosures are listed through the local multiple listing services. Call for further information on non listed foreclosures.

 

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Treasury's Barr to testify on Fannie and Freddie
WASHINGTON | Fri Sep 10, 2010 12:09pm EDT

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Michael Barr, assistant treasury secretary for financial institutions, and Edward DeMarco, acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency will testify on Capitol Hill next week on the future of Fannie Mae (FNMA.OB) and Freddie Mac (FMCC.OB).

Barr and DeMarco will appear before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets on September 15.

Panel Chairman Paul Kanjorski said they will "examine the primary causes of the financial losses for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as the progress made during the last two years in stabilizing our mortgage markets and ensuring the continued availability of reasonably priced loans."

"The hearing will also explore the steps being taken to limit future red ink," the Pennsylvania Democrat said. The two firms have tapped about $150 billion from the Treasury since they were taken over by the government two years ago.

(Reporting by Corbett B. Daly; Editing by Andrew Hay)

WASHINGTON (Reuters)

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