Fannie Mae Breaks Its Word

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Fannie Mae Breaks Its Word

Fannie Mae Breaks Its Word

New Haven Independent-

Antonina Juarez paid the rent on her Fair Haven apartment every month, even after her landlord was foreclosed on by Fannie Mae. Now Fannie Mae wants her and her kids to leave their home, violating the quasi-governmental lender’s own policy of not evicting tenants during foreclosure.

Juarez (pictured), who’s 33, is fighting the eviction with the help of attorney Amy Marx, of New Haven Legal Assistance.

Marx has fought this battle before, and thought that she’d won.

In 2008, Marx helped win a landmark victory when Fannie Mae agreed to a new national policy of halting evictions of tenants in buildings it has foreclosed on. Fannie Mae created the policy after Marx and fellow legal aid attorney Amy Eppler-Epstein threatened a lawsuit.

“Years later, it feels like we’re back to square one,” Marx said.

[NEW HAVEN INDEPENDENT]

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