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Foreclosure prevention workshop set next weekend

By From page A3 | May 25, 2014

VACAVILLE — The Housing and Economic Rights Advocates will host a foreclosure prevention workshop from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Vacaville Public Library, Town Square, 1 Town Square Place.

The Oakland-based organization focuses its efforts on rectifying abusive mortgage servicing, wrongful credit reporting, predatory lending and wrongful collections.

The workshop is free. More details can be found at www.solanolibrary.com.

Reach Amy Maginnis-Honey at 427-6957 or [email protected]. Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/amaginnisdr.

Amy Maginnis-Honey

Amy Maginnis-Honey

Amy Maginnis-Honey joined the staff of the Daily Republic in 1980. She’ll tell you she was only 3 at the time. Over the past three decades she’s done a variety of jobs in the newsroom. Today, she covers arts and entertainment and writes for the Living and news pages.
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  • JagMay 25, 2014 - 9:45 am

    The Housing and Economic Rights? Really you sign loan papers that say you will pay this much for this many years and if you can’t fulfill that contract you lose your property end of story and now they have extra rights? That is the problem with this country let’s make everyone feel good and give them a home. how about a little less compassion and a little more business

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