Wendy Bana, 50, a private school principal in Orange County, California, short-sold her home three years ago because she had to relocate from Oregon for a job. Last year, she discovered that her short sale had been miscoded as a foreclosure, dashing her dream of buying a cabin at Lake Arrowhead, California.
Wendy Bana, 50, a private school principal in Orange County, California, short-sold her home three years ago because she had to relocate from Oregon for a job. Last year, she discovered that her short sale had been miscoded as a foreclosure, dashing her dream of buying a cabin at Lake Arrowhead, California. MCT
Wendy Bana, 50, a private school principal in Orange County, California, short-sold her home three years ago because she had to relocate from Oregon for a job. Last year, she discovered that her short sale had been miscoded as a foreclosure, dashing her dream of buying a cabin at Lake Arrowhead, California. MCT

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