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In 50-state foreclosure negotiations, dispute underlines basic questions

Published on August 31, 2011 By admin

The following is brought to you by Brady Dennis at WashingtonPost.Com. A recent and acrimonious dispute among state officials over a possible legal settlement to address nationwide mortgage abuses is underscoring basic questions about what the effort should accomplish. In settling claims against the largest banks related to “robo-signed” foreclosure documents and other flawed paperwork, […]

NEW YORK LOSES FORECLOSURE PANEL POST FOR ‘UNDERMINING’ DEAL

Published on August 25, 2011 By admin

The following article is brought to you by ChaseHomeFinanceSucks.Com. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was removed from a leadership role in negotiating a nationwide foreclosure settlement with U.S. banks because his office “actively worked to undermine” the effort, a state official said. Schneiderman, who doesn’t want a settlement to bar further investigations of mortgage […]

Obama Administration Scales Back Proposed Homeowner Relief Effort Over Alleged Foreclosure Abuses
(IMPORTANT INITIAL PROPOSAL TERM SHEET ON THE STATE ATTORNEY’S RESOLUTION OF THE MORTGAGE CRISIS AT THE END OF THIS ARTICLE!)

Published on March 26, 2011 By admin

The following article is brought to you by Shahien Naisripour of TheHuffingtonPost.com. The Obama administration has significantly diminished a proposed homeowner relief program that initially aimed to force the nation’s five largest mortgage companies to reduce monthly payments for three million distressed homeowners, according to documents and people involved in the discussions. The administration has […]

Feelin’ Mad As Hell? Ready To Shout ‘I’m Not Gonna Take It Anymore!’?

Published on March 23, 2011 By admin

The following vido is brought to you by Alicia at MoveOn.Com. Mad As Hell! Kinetic Typography from Aaron Leming on Vimeo. Curious about the original? Look no further: Today I received the following email from the group – Showdown in America On March 7, the first draft of a proposed settlement from the the 50 […]