It seems like old times ($):
“I think now is the perfect time to actually buy a home,” said Donald Crabb, a 50-year-old longshoreman from Fontana who lost two homes to foreclosure when home prices tanked. “The economy, it is turning around.”
Crabb said he was nearly set to be pre-approved for a new home loan. He was hoping to find a five-bedroom property in Fontana, where he is now renting. [Emph. added]
To borrow from Oscar Wilde for a moment: losing one home counts as misfortune; losing two is downright careless. Or worse. The reporter must have mangled some facts here right? Right? . . . If not, heaven help us all. . . .