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Friday, June 27, 2008


Richard Anderson

This is a common theme for CW, hence all the problems they have been having.

Richard Anderson

Cynthia Brown

During our foreclosure we attempted to sell our house. Countrywide was holding the second deed on our house. We had a offer for $160,000, in which countrywide would received $60,000 of the $100,000 that we owed. After two months of waiting for their dicission, they countered-offer for $20,000 more. The buyer agreed to the increase within the week. Countrywide again waited two more months before accepting this offer. The buyer backed out because of the time lost in Countrywide making up their minds. We our in process of filing a complaint with the State of Oregon for unreasonable foreclosure practices. Is there any suggestions of other action that can be done? Footnote: Countrywide settle for $28,000 at their foreclosure and the 1st mortgage holder was paid in full by the buyer of Countrywide 2nd deed.

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