A critically important point are the political and financial relationship of these four subpoenaed Fannie Mae retained attorney firms, the state attorney general and Florida’s Republican Party supporters.
|By: Rayne Monday October 18, 2010 3:53 pm|
|By: Rayne Wednesday October 13, 2010 4:59 pm|
One might wonder whether other states have similar situations, where the foreclosure services firms are tightly entwined with the state’s Republican Party while preventing all efforts to change the number of foreclosures.
|By: TheMediaConsortium Tuesday August 10, 2010 9:07 am|
by Amanda Anderson, Media Consortium blogger
Editor’s Note: Zach Carter is out this week, but we’ve compiled a rundown of the biggest economy-related stories, including the rise of foreclosure mills and why social security isn’t in jeopardy. Zach will be back next Tuesday, so stay tuned!
Who needs ethics when you’ve got foreclosure mills?
Want to make money quickly, but don’t want ethics to get in the way? Big banks are outsourcing their foreclosure duties to fraudulent law firms, known as foreclosure mills, and getting away with it.