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June 09, 2005

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Dukes Up

How about the mortgage company blatantly not paying the hazard insurance and when a fire made my house inhabitable-- the mortgage company did NOTHING! Later offered an amount of money that would not repair the damage. Later hired a high power attorney--spending more on the attorney's fees than the value of the home! I am seeking similar cases.

John

In these days of sub-prime loans and the housing market in such a downturn, many people are in danger of losing their homes. Many lenders issued adjustable loans that re-adjust periodically and many people may not have been aware of how much their payments could go up. Some of these people may now be in danger of foreclosure if they're unable to keep up with the payment increases.
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