Fourteen of your neighbors lost their homes to foreclosure this week, in the city of Boston.

Address, mortgage date, dollar amount, property/loan details

34 St James St, Roxbury, 2005, $473,800, (two-family home, original purchase $550,000)

3 Holbrook Ave, Dorchester, 2006, $360,000, three-family home, original purchase $435,000)

170 Lexington St, East Boston, 2004, $498,000.14, (apartment building)

116 Ballou Ave, Dorchester, 2006, $334,953.81, (two-family home, original purchase $450,000, original loan $360,000)

4 Moody Street, Dorchester, 2005, $414,216.17, (three-family home, original purchase $480,000, original loan $432,000)

192 Talbot Ave, Dorchester, 2000, $313,924.16, (single-family home, original purchase $156,500, original loan $155,220, not sure about the additional amount, a refinance?)

65 Victory Road #5, Dorchester, 2006, $326,000, (condo, original purchase $287,000, original loan $57,400, not sure about the additional amount, a refinance?)

58 Brent St, Dorchester, 2006, $404,416.33, (one-family home, original purchase $460,000, original loan $368,000)

16 Rosemont Street, Dorchester, 2005, $382,500, (two-family home, original purchase $469,900, original loan $375,920)

4 Dresden St, Jamaica Plain, 2004, $395,484.72, (two-family home, original purchase $215,000, original loan $213,314)

194 Bennington St, East Boston, 2006, $315,000, (three-family home, original purchase $430,000 in 2006, original loan $344,000)

35 Hartwell St, Dorchester, 2004, $277,200, (two-family home, original purchase $415,000 in 2004, original loan $332,000)

1549 Centre St, Roslindale, 2006, $355,131.46, (single-family home, original purchase $395,250 in May, 2006, original loan $316,200, unclear if it was refinanced or if extra amount is due to late fees, interest)

41-43 Selden St, Dorchester, 2005, $414,000, (two-family home, original purchase $251,000, apparently mortgaged again in 2005)

( ** Note bene: the address information should be accurate; however, the dollar figure may be inaccurate – the borrower may have made partial payments, there may have been additional loans, and/or the data entered into the registry may be incorrect. Also, the bank may have added penalties, interest, and fees to the outstanding loan balance. I tried to be accurate. **)

Source: Suffolk County Registry of Deeds

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Over the course of 20 years in the Boston downtown real estate market, John represented and sold numerous, condominiums, investment and development properties in Greater Boston and in the surrounding suburbs

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