Florida’s key foreclosure prevention program will dedicate $50 million to paying down mortgage principal amounts, a once-taboo practice gaining traction as foreclosures continue to plague communities.
The plan, which homeowner advocates feared was on the chopping block earlier this month, was approved Friday by board members of the Florida Housing Finance Corp.
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