Why does that section of the 14th amendment not apply?
Straight from the article:
* Homeowners receive several warnings before their liens are put up at annual auctions.
* Once a lien is sold, owners have six months to repay the investor with interest. If that does not happen, the investor can move to foreclose.
The article even mentions the families getting their day in court over the post-tax-sale foreclosure.
I just realized I'm serial rage-replying on this article. You know that annoyed feeling you get when the news covers a subject you're familiar with? Well.