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  • Loss of longtime home 'devastating,' couple says

    John and Norma Cranshaw took out a subprime loan on their south Sacramento home in 2006 and later lost it to foreclosure. “They said they would be there to help us,” said John Cranshaw, 69. “Once they got the money, they were gone.”

John and Norma Cranshaw took out a subprime loan on their south Sacramento home in 2006 and later lost it to foreclosure. “They said they would be there to help us,” said John Cranshaw, 69. “Once they got the money, they were gone.” Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
John and Norma Cranshaw took out a subprime loan on their south Sacramento home in 2006 and later lost it to foreclosure. “They said they would be there to help us,” said John Cranshaw, 69. “Once they got the money, they were gone.” Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

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