AG Coakley Leads Roundtable Discussion in Lowell on Foreclosure Prevention Efforts


    LOWELL – February 14, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Attorney General Martha Coakley today joined Lowell Mayor Patrick Murphy, City Manager Bernard Lynch and local housing advocates for a roundtable discussion on foreclosure prevention efforts, including the AG’s first-in-the-nation HomeCorps program, which was established after the $25 billion national mortgage settlement was announced one year ago this week.

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