in favor of Bank of New York Mellon (BNY) in an action for foreclosure. Ellis claims: (1) the grant of summary judgment was improper because she asserted the affirmative defense that BNY had improperly ignored HUD regulations regarding loss mitigation, thereby raising an open question of
GSEs $17B bond auction endangers the mortgage bond market Foreclosures in 2011 to break last year’s record: RealtyTrac Banks foreclosed on 69,847 properties in December, bringing the year’s total to 1.05 million, topping the prior record of 918,000 homes seized in 2009, real estate data firm.
Wrongful Foreclosure. Homeowners who are losing their property or who have already lost their home to a bank foreclosure may be able to receive compensation, or negotiate a deficiency judgment waiver, as a result of mortgage lenders faulty Court documents. The Attorneys’ General settlement with the countries largest banks including,
Fed Publishes Wave of Rules for Mortgage Origination Transparency The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is amending Regulation X, which implements the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act of 1974, and implementing a commentary that sets forth an official interpretation to the regulation. The final rule implements provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street.
Former Bank of America employees gave sworn statements that the bank lied to homeowners, denied loan modifications for bogus reasons and rewarded employees for sending homeowners to foreclosure.
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On Sept. 26. to the California offices of Angelo R. Mozilo, the head of.Aceves ruling: Foreclosed homeowner has cause to sue bank for fraud programs save 1.5 million homeowners: Obama Housing Scorecard continue to recover from an unprecedented housing crisis.
Homeowners across the US were affected by foreclosure fraud in recent years. This foreclosure fraud may have involved faulty documents and/or procedures, which resulted in homeowners wrongfully.
40% of subprime mortgages stand delinquent, can prime be next? Subprime mortgages grew from 5% of total originations ($35 billion) in 1994, to 20% ($600 billion) in 2006. Another indicator of a "classic" boom-bust credit cycle, was a closing in the difference between subprime and prime mortgage interest rates (the "subprime markup") between 2001 and 2007.
Florida law already provided for a procedure designed to speed up the foreclosure process in uncontested cases or in cases where the homeowner does not have a legitimate defense. Previously, after the foreclosure complaint had been filed, the mortgagee (the lender) could request an order to show cause why the foreclosure should not proceed.
Aceves contacted U.S. Bank, which told her it "would work with her on a mortgage reinstatement and loan modification" as soon as the loan was out of bankruptcy, according to the ruling. Aceves said her intention was to convert the Chapter 7 case to Chapter 13, which allows a homeowner in default to reinstate original loan payments, pay the arrears over time and avoid foreclosure.