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Oregon foreclosure prevention program flooded with requests

According to Legal Newsline, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum considers a foreclosure prevention program launched in recent weeks a success. Rosenblum said the state’s redesigned Oregon Foreclosure Avoidance Program has received 456 meeting requests since it was launched six weeks ago.

“No one’s happy about impending foreclosures, but we’re delighted with these numbers because, unlike the earlier program, it means this one is working the way it’s supposed to,” the attorney general said in a statement.

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