Bank breaks in, cleans out wrong house; balks at making homeowner whole

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Bank breaks in, cleans out wrong house; balks at making homeowner whole

Bank breaks in, cleans out wrong house; balks at making homeowner whole

The Times Tribune-

Until this year, Honesdale attorney Jeffrey S. Treat thought he had seen everything in the wild world of home restoration, flipping and landlording.

CitiMortgage and its agents confused his handyman’s special — a small, long-vacant foreclosure he purchased for cash at 1526A Thackery Avenue in Scranton — with a home it foreclosed on two doors down.

In several visits from June through July, the bank cleared Mr. Treat’s building of its contents, including tools, building materials and replacement windows.

The bank changed the locks and crudely padlocked and posted the home.

[THE TIMES TRIBUNE]

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