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Area housing counselors get training in foreclosure cases

Brian Lawlor, executive deputy commissioner of the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal, speaks at a news conference Monday at the Holiday Inn on Wolf Road about HomeSave, free assistance for Capital District homeowners at risk of foreclosure.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Brian Lawlor, executive deputy commissioner of the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal, speaks at a news conference Monday at the Holiday Inn on Wolf Road about HomeSave, free assistance for Capital District homeowners at risk of foreclosure.
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The sooner people who are facing foreclosure reach out for help, the better the odds that they will reach a fair settlement. That was the message Monday from Brian E. Lawlor, executive deputy commissioner for the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal. Lawlor was one of several speakers at a training session for more than 100 housing counselors from nonprofit agencies around the state. The event, sponsored by the Capital District HomeSave Coalition and ...


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