Residents hope to qualify for housing program

Homeowners in Brooklyn are relieved that a new federal plan may help troubled families stay in their homes.Wayland Parker says he wants to leave his

Homeowners in Brooklyn are relieved that a new federal plan may help troubled families stay in their homes.

Wayland Parker says he wants to leave his house to his grandchildren, but he can barely afford his mortgage. He's hoping new federal help can keep him in his house.

"I could pay off everything, all the bills that I owe," he says. "Then I can start saving and get my house back."

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