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Jack Capitano speaks to WSOC TV about squatters living in foreclosed homes

Squatters living in foreclosed homes on the rise in the Charlotte area 9 Investigates squatters living in foreclosed homes 7/17/2017

Investigative news reporter Mark Becker of WSOC TV interviewed Horack Talley lawyer Jack Capitano about the growing squatters problem in the metropolitan Charlotte area. 

“I've personally seen it several times in the past year and I know it's happening more and more.”

Jack, who has taken squatters to court to try and get them out for numerous clients, says it can often take months or even years. In many cases, he said, the squatters know that.

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