William Riley

underwater mortgage holder

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Systems engineer in Millville, Massachusetts, who lost one home to foreclosure and is now underwater on a second house

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Forty-nine of 50 state attorneys general signed on to a  $26 billion deal  with five big banks accused of deceptive lending and abusive foreclosures.

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Forty-nine of 50 state attorneys general signed on to a $26 billion deal with five big banks accused of deceptive lending and abusive foreclosures.

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Five major banks have agreed to a  deal  that was good enough for 49 of the 50 state attorney's general, but millions of homeowners aren't so sure.

Mortgage Settlement: Homeowner Relief or a Break for Banks?

Five major banks have agreed to a deal that was good enough for 49 of the 50 state attorney's general, but millions of homeowners aren't so sure.

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