Jury awards Garland woman $755,000 in lawsuit alleging foreclosure fraud

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Jury awards Garland woman $755,000 in lawsuit alleging foreclosure fraud

Jury awards Garland woman $755,000 in lawsuit alleging foreclosure fraud

She purchased her home in 2001, and paid on it for 14 years, but began to fall behind in 2015 and the home fell into foreclosure. Days after the foreclosure notice went public, someone knocked at her door, and offered to help sell her home.

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Angelica Garcia is an immigrant from Honduras, a widow, and mother of two. Her version of the American dream was a one level brick home on a quiet street in Garland.

“I was very excited when I bought my house. To me, it was beautiful house,” she said in her native Spanish.

Garcia purchased her home in 2001, and paid on it for 14 years, but began to fall behind in 2015 and the home fell into foreclosure. Days after the foreclosure notice went public, someone knocked at her door, and offered to help sell her home.

[WFAA]

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