MERS

$25 Billion Settlement For Victims Of Mortgage Fraud

After months of painstaking talks, the nation’s biggest banks have agreed to a $25 billion settlement that could provide relief to more than two million current and former American homeowners harmed by the bursting of the housing bubble, state and federal officials said.

Massachusetts AG Files Suit Against Big Banks

Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley announced this week that she's suing the big banks for mortgage fraud. Be still, my heart! So you can see a noose tightening around the necks of the banks, who would like nothing better than to strike a deal

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