Senate Candidate Rubio Faces Foreclosure On Home

Friday, 18 Jun 2010 11:18 AM

 

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Florida Republican U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio is facing foreclosure on a Tallahassee home he co-owns with another Miami politician.

Leon County court records show that the Deutsche Bank National Trust Company is foreclosing on a home owned by Rubio and state Rep. David Rivera, who is running for Congress. Records show the two have failed to make their payments since January.

Rubio did not immediately return a call Friday seeking comment. His campaign told The Palm Beach Post the matter has been resolved and stemmed from a dispute between Rubio and Rivera and the bank over the calculation of payments.

Records show Rubio and Rivera paid $135,000 for the 1,228-square-foot home in 2005.

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