Archive for January, 2012
The Obama administration has announced changes to its flagship foreclosure prevention initiative – the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) – which officials say will expand its reach to more distressed homeowners.
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Hey, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. I bet many wouldn’t mind making nearly a quarter million a year being a “cutting edge” CFPB regulator – link. Compare that to a story last week in the Wall Street Journal More >
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney spent nearly an hour talking to struggling home and business More >
January 18, 2012: 10:56 AM ET
Customers would benefit, the U.S. government would benefit, and – believe it or not – the big banks themselves would do better.
By Sheila Bair, contributor
FORTUNE — America is downsizing. Whether it’s the food we eat, More >
At a time when mortgage-backed securities were More >
JOHN L. O’BRIEN, JR. Register of Deeds Calls for Criminal Action Against the Big Banks, Says they acted like “criminal enterprise”3
NEWSFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Salem, MA January 18th, 2012 Contact: Kevin Harvey 1st Assistant Register 978-542-1724 firstname.lastname@example.org
Saying that the time has come for a full scale criminal investigation, Southern Essex District Register of More >
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RealtyTrac’s year-end report released Thursday shows foreclosure filings – including default, auction, and bank repossession notices – were reported on 1,887,777 U.S. properties in 2011. Of that total, 804,423 homes were taken back More >