During The Great Recession, households with college students were twice as likely to experience foreclosure, and that risk still exists today Economists have long believed that unchecked subprime lending caused the Great Recession and housing crash that followed. When jobs vanished and the stock market tanked, risky borrowers of those loans began losing homes and foreclosure rates spiked to historical highs.

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