Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Live Chat - Housing Fraud

Stefanie F. Seldin, a managing attorney for Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP), chats Tuesday at 12. She represents a number of Philadelphia residents who say Robert N. Coyle, a real estate mogul, told them they could rent to own their homes but instead their houses were headed for sheriff's sale. Coyle is center of a massive fraud investigation.

Live Chat - Housing Fraud

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Stefanie F. Seldin, a managing attorney for Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP), chats Tuesday at 12. She represents a number of Philadelphia residents who say Robert N. Coyle, a real estate mogul, told them they could rent to own their homes but instead their houses were headed for sheriff's sale. Coyle is center of a massive fraud investigation.

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