“I see a lot of homes going back to the lender, much like when the housing market crashed, which means the state is going to lose all kind of revenue, and people will be just like me: renting until they die when we have fought through so much to hang on so we could at least have a place to live when we grow old and can no longer work day in and day out,” said Tootle, who has lived in the same house for 30 years. “I am afraid that is where I am headed and I will be with a very large group of people.”

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