Friday, June 21, 2013

National Mortgage Settlement Dual -Tracking

National Mortgage Settlement Dual -Tracking | Foreclosure Fraud after applying for a Mortgage Loan Modification

National Mortgage Settlement Monitor Joseph Smith, the watchdog overseeing the multi-state mortgage robo-signing settlement, are weighing further restrictions on so-called dual-tracking, in which banks continue Foreclosures after borrowers apply for Loan Modifications

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State and federal regulators are weighing whether to impose additional restrictions on the mortgage practices of five of the nation’s largest banks after numerous complaints of harm to borrowers.

A group of state attorneys general and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have had advanced discussions with at least two big banks about further restricting so-called dual-tracking, officials said -- the process of simultaneously pursuing home seizures while considering borrowers’ applications for alternatives such as loan modifications.

The discussions are the result of complaints related to provisions in last year’s multi-state mortgage robo-signing settlement between dozens of government agencies and Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Ally Financial (formerly known as GMAC). The settlement has delivered tens of billions of dollars in mortgage aid to distressed borrowers, and had promised to reform how companies treat homeowners and pursue foreclosures.

While the companies have made broad strides in reforming servicing practices, officials said, much more improvement is needed.

Officials said they are considering changing current policy by agreeing with banks to halt foreclosure proceedings when borrowers first apply for loan modifications and provide basic information. Today, banks halt the process of repossessing a borrower’s property once banks deem the applications complete, a process that can take months. During that time, foreclosure proceedings generally continue.

Talks are fluid and the legal language that would accompany a change is still being sorted out, officials said.

But the change, if implemented, may further reshape how mortgage companies interact with distressed borrowers. For years, officials and borrower advocates have complained that the largest banks frequently string borrowers along for months by repeatedly requesting documents -- often the same batch of records -- before determining that the application is complete and evaluating them for modified loans. During this time, late fees and other charges rack up, ballooning the total amount owed, making a modification more difficult to achieve and pushing troubled borrowers into foreclosure.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

NY Attorney General to Sue Wells Fargo And Bank of America - Mortgage Fo...

Attorney General to Sue Wells Fargo And Bank of America - Mortgage Foreclosure Fraud

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Buying With A Mortgage From A Bank | Cancel My Mortgage Foreclosure

Foreclosure Homes - No Good Deal When Buying With A Mortgage From A Bank | Cancel My Mortgage Foreclosure

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REO or bank foreclosure homes seem to be a great bargain, but may not be as good as they seem on the surface. These homes have set empty for long lengths of time and have deteriorated greatly. The plumbing has been lacking of water and have dried and possibly cracked and the electric wire without electricity may have been gnawed by rats and other rodents. If this is the case, you would have to spend thousands of dollars repairing your foreclosure homes and may not be able to get title insurance as the banks have wrongfully foreclosed. Do you really want these problems?
  1. What is title insurance and why do I need it when I buy foreclosure homes?
  2. How does a house deteriorate when sitting empty?
  3. Buying foreclosure homes with a mortgage may be the only way to home ownership.
  4. Why does Title Insurance exist?
Title insurance is the same as indemnity insurance against financial loss from defects in title to real property and from the enforcement of liens that exist against the property. Title Insurance also covers the loss of an interest in a property due to legal defects and that is required if the property is under a mortgage. Most title insurance is lender's title insurance, which is paid for by the borrower, but protects only the lender. The fact that a policy was issued reveals that a title search has been completed. Title searches are not infallible and are always fraudulent, because the warranty deed is never completed and claimed unless a land patent takes place. You need title insurance to protect your interest.

All houses deteriorate when sitting empty. Wood rot by rain and water at the bottom of doors or other entry ways to house where water sits against the foundation or wood is the main way of deterioration on the outside. The inside deterioration cannot be seen unless there is mold growing. The plumbing fixtures stay dry and can cause leaks when water is finally turned on. The rodents can gain access to the interior and chew on the electrical wires and without electricity being on, they can have a feast on the wire coating, especially in cold months. The foundation can dry out by non-use and crack under the carpet, tile, or wood. These are the main causes of deterioration when a house sets vacant.

Buying foreclosure homes with a mortgage may be the only way to home ownership. The bank REO or foreclosure homes are mostly in need or repair and are sold at fair market value based on a bank appraisal. Most of the time you can buy a home with less problems at the same price, but the banks lead people to believe that their REO foreclosure homes are cheaper and better value in order for the bank to make more money. Most of the time, the bank will loan you the money, but you cannot get title insurance due to wrongful foreclosure where the bank steals the property from the previous owners in a court foreclosure law suit.

Most home owners do not have the money to fight this wrongful foreclosure and 99% just give up and move and let the banks steal their property.

Title insurance exists, because the way the land records laws are structured. The transfer deed is recorded in the county where the land is located. Title search is completed on public records and insures the lender. The title insurance policies are fairly uniform in every State. Only a Grant Deed under a Land Patent guarantees private property rights and ownership in land and property.

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Friday, June 7, 2013

Florida National Mortgage Settlement checks

Mortgage Settlement checks going out to more than 72,000 foreclosed Floridians

Florida Mortgage Settlement ChecksThis Mortgage Settlement will provide substantial relief to struggling Florida homeowners, and ensures that the state gets its fair share of the relief being provided nationally.

More than 72,000 eligible Floridians who lost their homes to foreclosure from 2008 to 2011 will receive $1,480 from the landmark mortgage settlement involving the nation's five largest mortgage lenders, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced.

The first of the checks will be sent Monday.

To qualify, homeowners had to lose their homes to foreclosure during the three years covered and had to have suffered foreclosure abuses, such as lenders providing false affidavits or robo-signed documents. The borrowers also had to have mortgages serviced by the five settling lenders — Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase or Wells Fargo.

The payouts are part of the $26 billion settlement reached last year by the lenders, 49 state attorneys general and the federal government.

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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Robo Signing Mortgage Settlement Foreclosure Fraud

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Saturday, June 1, 2013

Wells Fargo Bank Mortgage Foreclosure Fraud

Wells Fargo Foreclosed a Home in Florida, Homeowner was never late with paying his mortgage.

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