Foreclosure cases soar in Davison County, nationallyNearly every Thursday during the last few months, the Davison County sheriff or one of his deputies has strolled out to the entryway of the Public Safety Center to ask if anybody is there for “the sale.” Many times, nobody shows up. Sometimes people come out of curiosity. Every now and then, they come to bid. Regardless of who attends, the sales end with somebody losing a house to foreclosure — the process by which homes can be taken and sold when borrowers fall too far behind on their payments. Kathye Fouberg, a sheriff’s civil deputy who assists with foreclosures, said being involved in the process is not easy.
By: Seth Tupper, The Daily Republic