The Real Deal Miami

Another wrongful foreclosure case

October 29, 2010 09:45AM

For the second time this week, a Broward County court vacated the sale
of a Fort Lauderdale man’s home, even though he had never even had a
mortgage on the property. The order, made at the request of lender Bank
of America, gave Jason Grodensky his home back. Grodensky had purchased
the home with cash with his father, but the bank continued to pursue a
foreclosure case against him. In July, he found out that the home had
been sold at auction. Bank of America had earlier this week disclosed
that it had made a similar request in the case of a Miramar homeowner. [Sun
Sentinel]