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A NEW AND UGLY TRICK New wrinkles in the foreclosure issue are plaguing homeowners. Photo by respres via Wikimedia Commons FORECLOSURE 'MESS' NOT EVEN CLOSE TO BEING OVER By Stan Zimmerman City Editor You would never know the financial crisis is alive and well, unless you listened to April Charney on Monday, Sept. 9. Home prices are rising again, foreclosures are no longer frontpage news and employment is up — all the indicators are positive. activism and her educational efforts focused on her fellow lawyers, she is a nationally recognized expert on the subject. She no longer accepts personal clients, concentrating instead on helping a new generaCharney made a repeat visit to a meeting of tion of attorneys learn the perils of "greedthe Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood gone-mad" financial institutions. Associations (CONA). "Since last year, things Last year, a packed are worse," said Charhouse heard Charney's I have no interest in making ney at the CONA meetremarks; this year, she money. I only want space to provide this ing this week. "Nothstill drew a crowd. very sophisticated education. ing is better. From the Charney is an attorney 30,000-foot view to the April Charney specializing in forecloview from the courtForeclosure Expert room and the view sure law, and through

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