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Postponement of a trustee’s sale on one-to-four unit residential properties: Postponement of trustee’s sale to be provided in writing Civil Code §2924
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Current market rates The average 30-year fixed rate mortgage (FRM) and 15-year fixed rate mortgage (FRM) rates increased during the week ending
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