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Daily Archives: July 28, 2014
Download a version of this Press Advisory in Word format Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending email@example.com www.MAAPL.info For Immediate Release Contact: Grace C Ross, 617-291-5591 Foreclosures Return to Torrential Levels; Activists Commend and Speak Out for House Leaders’ … Continue reading
The maps linked below show the rise in both petitions (the first step in the foreclosure process) and auctions of foreclosed homes in counties throughout Massachusetts in May and June of 2014. Barnstable, Nantucket, and Dukes Counties Auctions and Petitions … Continue reading
Please join MAAPL at the State House on Monday, July 28th! All Out for a MAAPL Flash Mob Press Conference! Maps show Foreclosures on Dramatic Rise across the State–Slamming the Window Shut on the Right to Sue will Hurt Thousands! … Continue reading
Your voice matters: call your State Representative and Senator Monday! Tell them, “10 year Right to Sue or no bill at all! Support the House version of S1987.” Last week, your efforts as part of MAAPL made some bad foreclosure … Continue reading