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The Home Equity Theft Reporter: Fighting Foreclosure & Winning In Miami

Thomas CORRIGAN and Deborah Elaine Corrigan a/k/a Deborah Elaine Martin, Appellants, v. BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., successor by merger to Bac Home Loans Servicing, LP f/k/a Countrywide Home loans servicing lp, Appellee.

5 States with High Foreclosures at No. 4 (one in every 429 housing units); fayetteville, N.C., at No. 5 (one in every 460 housing. Among the 50 states, Maryland, New Jersey, Florida, Nevada and Illinois posted the highest.

“The combination of falling home. California, Miami, Orlando and Tampa, Fla. Meanwhile, rental demand is soaring as would-be homebuyers are squeezed out of the market. Add to that the 10 million.

Distressed Homeowner Program Mainly Benefited Three States The Bush administration’s message was mainly that the culprits were unscrupulous. widespread loan modifications for the benefit of homeowners. Indeed, the Obama plan changes course on all three.

The following compilation of cases is an extended version of the list of Florida cases contained in the February 1, 2009 post, Bona Fide Purchaser Doctrine, Possession Of Property By Occupants Other Than The Vendor & The Duty To Inquire, that address the issue of the effect of possession by an occupant of real property by one other than the seller/vendor on a prospective purchaser’s status as.

Fortunately for him the high-profile city bigwig will be able to escape from it all this summer, in a state-of-the-art luxury home. Perched halfway up a cliff. to block withdrawals from his.

Produce the note is an honest attempt by homeowners, but it is running into the reality of bankings influence over the judiciary. Plain and simple, you just can’t expect to fight the banks in court and win. If you would like a copy of the PDF, just email me. Sinclair Noe www.bank-o-meter.com Sinclair@bank-o-meter.com

How to Win a Fight With Your Condo Association or HOA – Without Going Broke.. How to Win a Fight With Your Condo Association or HOA – Without Going Broke. She was previously the real estate blogger for MSN Money and worked as the Home & Design editor for The Miami Herald. During her.

The Ocwen foreclosure process is more aggressive than most. In addition to pushing homeowners into foreclosure so that they can sell the home at auction, they are notorious for having awful customer service that makes it impossible for a homeowner to find out the real status of the their loan situation.

Preventing the Next Housing Crisis – Knowledge@Wharton Housing Bubble 2.0 is here. Protect Yourself from the Next Crash. Not only that, but they were offering them at amounts up to $417,000 to those with a FICO score as low as 620! This isn’t as bad as the zero-down, "anyone can choose their own amount" policies of Countrywide Mortgage and a few other kamikaze financial institutions back in 2007, but it’s not far off.

From the home equity theft Reporter Woman says Bank of America wrongly repossessed home Tuesday, March 09, 2010 By Sadie Gurman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A Hampton woman is suing Bank of America, saying one of its contractors wrongly repossessed her home, padlocked the doors, shut off the utilities, damaged the furniture and confiscated a pet parrot,

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