There’s a huge buzz out there among homeowner activists who are feeling vindicated for the hard work they’ve done over the past couple of years and in many cases even longer. The recent news inundating the headlines of blatant fraud on the part of lenders and servicers has offered proof that their actions and fight have not been in vain.
|By: Richard Zombeck Sunday October 17, 2010 6:59 pm|
|By: DeadLast Tuesday October 5, 2010 12:55 pm|
Buying a foreclosed property? You may not be able to get a clear title. According to the New York Times and CBS Money Watch.com, Old Republic is no longer insuring titles of properties foreclosed by Chase. According to the Source of Title.com website, Old Republic’s policies actually affect all properties foreclosed by GMAC/Ally. If title can’t be guaranteed and insured, then properties run the risk of not being able to get financing.
|By: Cynthia Kouril Friday October 1, 2010 4:15 am|
This morning, judges woke up to coffee and information that I hope, will profoundly change their attitude toward the legitimacy of the legal pleadings being promulgated.
|By: TheMediaConsortium Tuesday April 6, 2010 9:26 am|
by Zach Carter, Media Consortium blogger
Next week, the debate over financial reform will begin in earnest when Congress returns from its Easter break. Both political parties are gearing up for a major fight, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. An out-of-control banking sector has cost the economy over 7 million jobs since 2007, and without major reforms, Wall Street could repeat this disaster in just a few years’ time. But thanks to Wall Street’s lobbying might, all of the necessary reforms are currently in jeopardy.