Two North Carolina companies that allegedly deceived consumers into buying manufactured homes and land they couldn't afford have been hit by a civil lawsuit by the state's Attorney General. CMR Properties and Home Town USA, both of Fayetteville, N.C., were hit with a lawsuit by Roy Cooper, North Carolina's Attorney General, on July 29, Cooper's office said. The complaint also names managers Christopher P. Wollin, Jason Gonzales and Kendrick Jackson and former sales associate Wendell Lindo, the Attorney General's office said. Blaine Stowe, a mortgage broker who allegedly did financing for CMR and Home Town customers, and Jerry Honeycutt, accused of doing inflated appraisals, are also named. All defendants are North Carolina residents, Cooper's office said. Cooper is asking the court t...
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