The Greater Tampa Association of Realtors (“GTAR”) is featuring Benjamin “Ben” Hillard at their June 28, 2011 meeting. Ben is a former banker turned foreclosure defense attorney with Castle Law Group, P.A. Ben has conducted loan acquisitions work for Ocwen, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, Countrywide and a number of other lenders. Mr. Hillard’s topic is “How Lenders Make Decisions Concerning Short Sales, Foreclosure, and other Loan Workout Options”. The format for the presentation will be lecture, follow by a question and answer period. More than 100 people are registered so far.
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