Valarie Stovall's home was erroneously foreclosed upon : News Photo

Valarie Stovall's home was erroneously foreclosed upon

DAMASCUS, MD - Oct.14: Valarie Stovall cried when she saw the eviction notice on her door, then she got mad. She had worked out payment plans with her lender and had been fatihfully making those payments. WIth the help of an attorney the foreclosure proceedings have been reversed. She's still in her home Thursday October 14, in Williamsport, MD. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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DAMASCUS, MD - Oct.14: Valarie Stovall cried when she saw the eviction notice on her door, then she got mad. She had worked out payment plans with her lender and had been fatihfully making those payments. WIth the help of an attorney the foreclosure proceedings have been reversed. She's still in her home Thursday October 14, in Williamsport, MD. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Valarie Stovall cried when she saw the eviction notice on her door... News Photo 106363941Damascus,Door,Eviction,Exclusion,Horizontal,Human Interest,Mad,Maryland,Notice,Saw,USA,WilliamsportPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2010 The Washington PostDAMASCUS, MD - Oct.14: Valarie Stovall cried when she saw the eviction notice on her door, then she got mad. She had worked out payment plans with her lender and had been fatihfully making those payments. WIth the help of an attorney the foreclosure proceedings have been reversed. She's still in her home Thursday October 14, in Williamsport, MD. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)