Here's a bad mix: A housing affordability crisis, underemployment, banks that offer loose credit, and debt-stricken retirees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s liable to be a rough ride ahead as foreclosures rise in what’s been a sizzling heartland housing market.

As the Huffington Post reports, Stateline points to a number of problems as possible causes for an uptick in foreclosure starts in areas where houses have been a hot ticket—places like Denver, Austin, Dallas, Nashville and Columbus, Ohio.

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