From the depths of the foreclosure crisis, Cleveland and Cuyahoga County have worked to bring neighborhoods and the housing market back. Now a new milestone---a new build home developed in part by the Cuyahoga Land Bank will be unveiled. We'll discuss the new property and where we stand a decade after the foreclosure crisis decimated the housing market. But the recovery is not uniform across the county. A new report from the Western Reserve Land Conservancy finds some inner-ring suburbs, despite all the best efforts, still see property values far below what they were before the housing crash.
-Gus Frangos, President and General Counsel, Cuyahoga Land Bank
-Dennis L. Roberts, Director of Programs and Property Management, Cuyahoga Land Bank
-Anthony Brancatelli , Cleveland City Council, Chair, Board of Directors, Cuyahoga Land Bank
-Jim Rokakis, Vice President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy
-Mayor Brad Sellers, City of Warrensville Heights
-Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief