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BLACK V. OCWEN ET. AL. (ARIZONA- CASE NO. CV 11-1249-PHX-SRB)

FACTS/ ISSUES

Plaintiff owns a rural home in Apache Junction, Arizona. She purchased the home in 1976; however, due to her increasing mortgage payments and her fixed income of social security, she couldn’t afford to the higher mortgage payments.

Plaintiff applied for a loan modification and was approved. Shortly thereafter, Ocwen initiated foreclosure and eventually foreclosed despite Plaintiff making payments per the modification.

Plaintiff filed a suit against the lender and servicer for wrongfully and unlawfully foreclosing on her home and attempting to evict her. The suit filed in Pinal County included exhibits showing on-time payments.

Read More: http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/region_southeast_valley/apache_junction/Apache-Junction-woman-nearly-evicted-over-mortgage-confusion#ixzz2PX9Tv461

RESOLUTION

LITIGATION SETTLED. SPECIFIC SETTLEMENT TERMS ARE CONFIDENTIAL. FORECLOSURE REVERSED AND PLAINTIFF RECEIVED A FAVORABLE MODIFICATION

BLACK V. OCWEN ET. AL. (ARIZONA- CASE NO. CV 11-1249-PHX-SRB)
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