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Home Again Nevada
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AIR DATE: February 18, 2013

Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto generated some big money for Nevada with a share of the $25 billion five major banks paid in a settlement for accusations they had foreclosed without proper documentation, and other mortgage problems. Now she is using some of that money to create "Home Again Nevada" - a one-stop shop for resolving mortgage problems. She is promising to help even those who have lost their homes to foreclosure.
 
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Catherine Cortez Masto, Nevada Attorney General

Nelson Araujo, Director, Home Again Nevada

 

 

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Please repeat the 800 number. Thanks.
Carolyn GretzingerFeb 13, 2013 09:15:39 AM
Hi Carolyn - the number is 1-855-457-4638, and you can find more information at the link above.
MarieFeb 13, 2013 09:20:49 AM
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