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In Roslindale, a dream foreclosed

Homeowners not rescued as nation's crisis plays out here

David L. Ryan/Globe StaffBoston police officers stood by when Raul and Ana Esquivel were ordered to leave their Roslindale home after the couple returned from court yesterday. The Esquivels said they couldn't persuade Deutsche Bank to consider alternatives to foreclosure. David L. Ryan/Globe StaffBoston police officers stood by when Raul and Ana Esquivel were ordered to leave their Roslindale home after the couple returned from court yesterday. The Esquivels said they couldn't persuade Deutsche Bank to consider alternatives to foreclosure. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / September 26, 2008

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It was a house that Ana Esquivel took great pride in. She and her husband, Raul, put up decorative woodwork in what was once a drab entranceway. The walls were newly painted and the aged oak floors refinished to a gleam. And on the weekends, the patter of their grandchildren's feet echoed throughout their Roslindale three-decker. (Full article: 664 words)

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