It's the subject presidential candidates are avoiding on the campaign trail - the foreclosure crisis. Republican Mitt Romney told the Las Vegas Review-Journal the market would fix the problem fastest. The Obama administration has tried a variety of programs to keep homeowners in their homes but they have had little effect with soaring unemployment and plummeting home prices. Still is some kind of program better than nothing?
The federal department of Housing and Urban Development is implementing a plan to stabilize neighborhoods in Las Vegas. We'll talk to the director of Las Vegas' field office about new grants and opportunities for homebuyers through this program. You can ask your questions ahead of time right here on our website.