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Officials Say Troubled Borrowers Took Too Long to Seek Help
By Renae Merle
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, September 24, 2008; Page D01
In the year since Maryland launched a series of foreclosure prevention programs, the state has helped just 88 troubled borrowers get into new loans or keep up with their payments, at a cost of about $17.9 million.
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