Lender's Mistake Costly, Leads To $200,000 Mortgage Reduction

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A lender's omission helps a Miami man reduce the mortgage on his duplex by $200,000 in a bankruptcy case.

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  • artS

    Wonderful, now the Banks and Mortgage lenders have even more reasons not to provide loans to homeowners. This whole economy is going down the drain due to the welfare bums and the bankruptcy losers.

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