The total amount owed to people caught in the GreenBuild Group/Wentworth Homes collapse has increased to $2.236 million, according to the latest update.
A list of known creditors has been sent out to tradespeople, home owners and other bodies affected by the collapse of the Orange building company which went into voluntary liquidation on August 15.
However, the latest list, dated September 23, said there were now 64 creditors owed $2,236,461.
Additions to the list include three separate amounts of $340,000 owed to the NSW Self Insurance Corporation, a state government body which manages government insurance schemes and provides home warranty insurance.
Orange and Central West building companies including plumbers, kitchen and cabinet makers, concretors, tilers, roof frame and truss suppliers and electricians are on the list.
A meeting of creditors will be held in Orange this week.
I had to get a roof put on it because the timber's rotting.Fiona Bond, creditor
Home owner Fiona Bond is listed as the creditor owed the most money, $406,000, for the construction of a house in north Orange that is uncompleted.
Ms Bond said the collapse and loss of her savings after selling a house in Sydney to move to Orange to be closer to family had caused stress and health concerns.
"I'm pretty upset," she said.
Ms Bond said she had also been told the home building insurance taken out for the construction would only see her get about 20 per cent of her money back.
"It comes to about $98,000 out of the $406,000 that's [been] taken, it's all I've got," she said.
However, Ms Bond, said she had been heartened by the support of Orange tradies who had helped her out.
"I had to get a roof put on it because the timber's rotting. It's been left for so long," she said.
Ms Bond said when Orange tradies heard about her plight they rallied to put the roof on for free.
"A dozen roofers turned up and had the roof done by lunchtime. I was in tears, it was so lovely," she said.
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