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October 13, 2010 5:55 PM

How 2 civilian sleuths brought foreclosure problems to light

Michael Redman was an online automobile consultant. Lisa Epstein was a cancer nurse. Together, they discovered what mortgage service companies didn't want known — that often the paperwork didn't exist to prove who owned the loans on foreclosed homes. The result: a freeze on tens of thousands of foreclosures.

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