Occupy Our Homes Atlanta takes "Game of Homes" to foreclosure auction 

February 5, 2013

February 5, 2013 - Dozens of Occupy Our Homes Atlanta activists played an oversized game of Monopoly in the midst of monthly foreclosure auctions at the Fulton County Courthouse this morning, protesting what's been called a real-life Game of Homes. Large investment firms have been spending millions each month to buy up thousands of distressed homes around metro Atlanta. Their plan: convert the properties into rentals, pay investors with the monthly incomes, and possibly sell the homes a few years down the road when values improve. Read the full story.

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Joeff Davis
GAME OF HOMES: Occupy Our Homes Atlanta played an Atlanta-themed version of Monopoly in front of the monthly foreclosure auctions on Tuesday at the Fulton County Courthouse
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