If a mold expert would team up with a journalist to expose the dangerous cost-cutting game the nationals and banks are playing in relation to mold, then maybe we'd see some progress. If consumers are made aware that foreclosures are being improperly treated for mold, an extremely serious issue, their reaction will put a stop to this practice. Banks won't like it when their properties with mold get a death sentence, so to speak, because nobody will buy them due to fear.
I walked into a property today that had been treated with bleach/kilz for mold a few months ago and I walked out with a major headache. Mold is still there, you just can't see it now.
I would bet everything I have that asset managers and the executives at nationals and everyone below them would NOT be trying to pay contractors $2/sqft or w/e the pay is to bleach and kilz mold in their own home. None of them would try to cut corners to get rid of the mold in their home, because (surprisingly) even though many of them lack intelligence, they are not mentally incapacitated.