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Orlando city commissioner says mix-up led to foreclosure ruling

Orlando city commissioner says mix-up led to foreclosure ruling

A circuit judge in Orange County last month put a home owned by Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill on the auction block, finding that she owed more than $160,000 in unpaid mortgage, taxes and interest, records show. But Hill on Tuesday said that ruling resulted from a mix-up. Hill said she has been making payments on the house for the past year and has come to terms with her mortgage provider that were supposed to keep it out of foreclosure. Attorneys representing a mortgage loan trust filed for foreclosure against Hill in October 2012, alleging that she had stopped making payments that April on the five-bedroom, three-bath 2,400-square-foot house on Baywood Avenue, in Orange County....

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