Michael Troncoso

California Attorney General's Mortgage Fraud Strike Force

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Senior council to California Attorney General Kamala Harris and Director of the Attorney General's Mortgage Fraud Strike Force

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Three years after the housing market began to collapse banks own more than a million homes due to foreclosures, with another million on the verge of repossession this year and millions…

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Banks and mortgage lenders now own a million foreclosed properties, with another million on the verge of repossession this year, creating a drag on the real estate market that will…

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