Foreclosure News Roundup

9 Oct

Livinglies's Weblog

As a result of an unexpected scheduling conflict tonight’s show is postponed until next Thursday.

The news over the last week has been largely good. While many judges are still entering judgments against borrowers by rote, the truth about securitization is oozing out of the court system. A Tax court found that the investors were not secured creditors against the home and could not foreclose. That means that any claim “on behalf of the certificate holders” is false and perhaps void.

The CFPB is starting to ban servicers from accepting new loans to service until they can prove they cleaned up their act — especially with respect to modifications. A California court wrote that they were on the verge of finding that the modification process is a sham. That means that there are potential claims for damages, which have reached as high as $39 million thus far and that means…

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