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    Successes by Lender and State
    Carrington Mortgage
    Alabama

    New Payments are $454.00, old payments were $736.78. That is a savings of $282.78 a month, Current past due is $27,114.78 with payments due since Nov 2010

    California

    Troy was so excited going from his Original Payment $1,073.91 to his New and Approved Payment of $931.00

    Colorado

    Dalon lost his job that led him to fall behind on the mortgage. He was able to received a Modification. Payment went from $1,508.06 to $1,184.42, a savings of $323.64 a month.

    Minnesota

    Michael was approved for an In-House Modification, Old: $1,676.76, New: $1,522.00, was 6 payments behind. Modification brought him current.

    California

    Mertie & Albert were paying $1568.00 each month. They were pleased with the lowered payment of $1238.84, which saves them $329.16 a month.

    Florida

    Javier fell 63 months behind and was facing foreclosure. His modification raised his payment from 654.06 to 773.00, but allowed him to remain in his home.

    Texas

    Ralph started with a payment of $1923.91. He is now paying $1290.00, saving him $633.91 each month.

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