More than $17,000 in taxpayer money went to save a Florida woman’s home from foreclosure through the state’s key prevention program, but her lender reposessed the property anyway after using some of the cash to pay its own attorneys.
Sandra Morales, 68, received $17,102 from Florida’s $1 billion Hardest Hit program after falling behind on payments on her Pinellas County home.
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