Cross Lanes man sues Countrywide, others for wrongful foreclosure

By Kyla Asbury | May 10, 2010

CHARLESTON--A Cross Lanes man is suing Countrywide Home Loans, Bac Home Loans Servicing and Federal National Mortgage Association after he claims the companies participated in predatory lending and loan servicer abuse that resulted in the wrongful foreclosure of his home.

CHARLESTON--A Cross Lanes man is suing Countrywide Home Loans, Bac Home Loans Servicing and Federal National Mortgage Association after he claims the companies participated in predatory lending and loan servicer abuse that resulted in the wrongful foreclosure of his home.

Bradford Corder purchased a home in September 2002 for $185,000, according to a complaint filed April 13 in Kanawha Circuit Court.

Following a divorce, Corder submitted loan modification information to the defendants in January 2010 and was informed on March 11 that he had been approved, according to the suit.

Corder claims he spoke with the defendants on March 16 and was told foreclosure on his home was postponed until the loan modification package was provided to the defendants, but on March 17 the defendants proceeded with the foreclosure anyway.

As a result, Corder as suffered economic loss, property loss, considerable stress, worry and fear, according to the suit.

Corder is seeking actual damages and appropriate civil penalties. He is being represented by Daniel F. Hedges.

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman.

Kanawha Circuit Court case number: 10-C-698

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