D.C. Foreclosures May See Longer Mediations

Washington Examiner
July 1, 2012

D.C. homeowners facing foreclosures could soon have longer for mediation and have their rights expanded if they receive defective default notices under a plan city lawmakers are considering. Consumer advocates, auctioneers and Mayor Vincent Gray’s administration are all pressing for changes to the District’s foreclosure laws, which were the target of a 2010 overhaul in the wake of the national housing crisis.

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