Is America’s suburban dream collapsing into a nightmare?

Some nasty predictions about suburbia are coming true.

Yandell’s marriage isn’t falling apart: his neighborhood is.

Devastated by the subprime mortgage crisis, hundreds of homes have been foreclosed and thousands of residents have been forced to move, leaving in their wake a not-so-pleasant path of empty houses, unkempt lawns, vacant strip malls, graffiti-sprayed desolate sidewalks and even increased crime. . .

The so-called McMansion, he said, will become the new multi-family home for the poor.