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Masury woman has advice for people about to lose their home to foreclosure

MASURY, Ohio - A Masury woman, whose home was saved from foreclosure, is encouraging others in her situation to get help too.

Vera Capretta is signing the final papers that will save her home from foreclosure. She got help from Empowering and Strengthening Ohio's People or ESOP. ESOP is a non-profit HUD-certified housing counseling agency.

She's now telling others who are behind on their mortgage to seek help before it's too late. Capretta said, "Not to be ashamed of yourself. Not to be embarrassed. Everybody's going through this. These girls are here to help. If you're going to lose your home or you think you're going to lose your home come here let them help you."

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