Brookline Man Fighting to Save the Home He Built From Bank of America

Brookline man fighting to save the home he built from foreclosure mix-up

BROOKLINE – Ray Lavoie is a self-made man, but eventually, everyone needs a hand.

He mostly taught himself carpentry, starting in his parents’ garage and making stairs through trial and error. After that came windows, then trim and so on.

Eventually, he was building houses from the outside in. He works for himself now, and has for 28 years, doing fine woodworking. He built his brother’s house and his sister’s. He built most of the house he lives in on Cleveland Hill Road after buying the land 21 years ago. He built the huge workshop beside the house where he spends most of his days sawing, sanding, nailing and building.

It’s that house, and the workshop where he earns his livelihood, that he’s trying to rescue from foreclosure and the reason he finally had to reach out for help.

For now, Lavoie, his wife and two teenage daughters are living in a house that Bank of America bought at auction – an auction Lavoie says should never have happened, and praying the sale is reversed.

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2 Responses to “Brookline Man Fighting to Save the Home He Built From Bank of America”
  1. charley rice says:

    BOA WAS FOUND GUILTY FOR FRAUD CLOSURE.

    THEY NEVER SHOULD HAVE BEEN BACK IN COURT AND SANCTIONED.

    THEIR CONFESSION IS ALL ON RECORD…

    THE PEOPLE NEED TO PROTEST THE BANKS AND NOW THE COURT FOR LETTING THIS FILTHY LIARS BACK IN..

  2. Cat says:

    Gee, they did exactly the same thing to me and my hand built home in 2010. I spent 10 years building my house from scratch and the bank sold it at about a third of the last appraised value rather than modifying my loan.

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