Patricia Gelineau lost her foreclosure battle in late April when a final judgment set a June 4 sale date for her Stuart home. Two weeks later, she got the long-awaited letter approving her for a loan modification with a July 1 start date.
“I was mostly confused and thinking, ‘How can they foreclose when I’ve been working on a loan modification and doing everything they were telling me to do?’ ” Gelineau said.
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TRACKING REAL ESTATE
Kimberly Miller is The Post’s expert on real estate and the housing crisis. Today she highlights concerns that banks aren’t meeting customer service requirements in the National Mortgage Settlement signed last year.
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