I can't locate video related to this Florida case, but this recent Dylan Ratigan segment touches on many of the same issues. So this Florida appeals court ruling says the foreclosing party must have an affidavit that is sworn to by whoever
Paul Krugman says that letting the bankers walk is a really big mistake -- and is a major factor in the recession: Last fall, we learned that many mortgage lenders were engaging in illegal foreclosures. Most conspicuously, “robo-signers” were
Lead Foreclosure Fraud Investigators Forced To Resign By Florida AG's Office. Something Smells Fishy In The Sunshine State!
Former Florida Rep. Alan Grayson explained the standard foreclosure scams last year. Hey, speaking of crooked politicians, look what Gov. Rick Scott's minions are up to! They're getting rid of the very people who were working to hold crooked
Housing prices have dropped to their lowest level in almost a decade. And while the rate of homes falling into foreclosure has slowed, the reason is delays in the paperwork, not a housing recovery, says RealtyTrac. There were 219,258 foreclosure
Do we still have to pretend that this isn't one in a series of egregious and illegal acts by JP Morgan Chase in the mortgage foreclosure process -- or are we still pretending none of these things are connected? Just asking! One of the
MA Court To Banks In No-Doc Foreclosure: Sorry, Fellas, Clean Up Your Act. Ruling Sends Shock Waves Through Banking Industry
Lots of talk online as to whether other states like California, which like Massachusetts, also operates under a non-judicial foreclosure system, are going to follow the lead of Friday's Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling.
Nope, despite what Iowa AG Tom Miller promised in this video, we're not seeing any criminal prosecutions of these thieves. But at least these state AGs are more likely to force some real reforms into the foreclosure process: The 50 state
It seems that our legal system, already heavily weighted in favor of the powerful, is completely out of control when it comes to these mortgage foreclosures. As Matt Taibbi recently pointed out, judges handling foreclosure cases give kneejerk
Rumors are popping up all over the place, and of course I'll be keeping an eye out for any actual developments regarding any legislation that offers MERS retroactive legal coverage When Congress comes back into session next week, it may
Federal Bank Regulators Asked Bankers If There Were Foreclosure Problems, And They Reassured Them There Weren't.
Ah yes, the ever-popular "self-reporting" principle first introduced by Ronald Reagan, who genially reassured us that businesses would never lie about anything important "because if they did, they'd be out of business and that would be against
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