http://www.startribune.com/business/16712376.html UNREAL: Sandra and Thomas Floyd figured they'd live in the north Minneapolis home they've owned for 23 years until the day they died. But now they're joining the ranks of homeowners across the country who are keeping their credit cards and the keys to their car, but letting the house go. "Who wants to pay the mortgage company and still have nothing to show for it?" said Thomas Floyd, whose loan now far outweighs the value of his house. These websites names really got to me: An industry is sprouting to help borrowers do just that. For a few hundred dollars, websites such as YouWalkAway.com and WalkAwayPlan.com promise to help you get rid of the house.