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On the Hot Seat

Taking bank chiefs to task to save homes

Bruce Marks, chief executive of the Jamaica Plain-based Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America. Bruce Marks, chief executive of the Jamaica Plain-based Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By Jenifer McKim
Globe Staff / August 30, 2009

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Bruce Marks, chief executive of the Jamaica Plain-based Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America and self-proclaimed “bank terrorist’’ is drawings tens of thousands of distressed homeowners this summer to cities nationwide in a “Save the Dream Tour’’ meant to help borrowers modify their loans and avoid foreclosure. Marks, 54, recently spoke with Globe reporter Jenifer McKim about how he is successful ... (Full article: 670 words)

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