Court Compels Borrower and Lender to “Split the Difference”

A foreclosure action reached an impasse when a borrower agreed to pay $2000 per month while the lender would accept no less than $3000. After noting that the court could allow the negotiations to stall, and the foreclosure to continue, the court, suspecting that the lender engaged in discriminatory lending, directed the borrower to pay $2500 per month and the lender to accept it.

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