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Continued: Minnesota homeowner in limbo after bank error

  • Article by: ALEJANDRA MATOS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 14, 2013 - 10:31 AM

Demmings said he hopes that after finishing his MBA at Concordia University later this month, he can get a better job and start recuperating from the damage to his finances, family and peace of mind.

“I’ve always enjoyed being a homeowner. I could get a dog. My kids could run in the yard, and I could go to community meetings. It made me feel involved,” Demmings said. “That was my American dream, but everyone was trying to take a piece of it.”


Alejandra Matos • 612-673-4028

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