Richard Blumenthal

Connecticut Attorney General

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More than 100,000 home mortgages were  foreclosed  in the month of September, a national record. At the same time, foreclosure fraud is so widespread it threatens economic recovery.

Robo-Signers, Foreclosures and the Battered Housing Market

More than 100,000 home mortgages were foreclosed in the month of September, a national record. At the same time, foreclosure fraud is so widespread it threatens economic recovery.

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For the first time in a single month, September saw  more than 100,000 home foreclosures . Foreclosure sales are now one-third of the housing market.

Home Foreclosures and Economic Recovery

For the first time in a single month, September saw more than 100,000 home foreclosures . Foreclosure sales are now one-third of the housing market.

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