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  • Mid-Hudson Valley foreclosure problem far from resolved
    Mid-Hudson Valley foreclosure problem far from resolved
    According to today’s foreclosure report from New York State Comptroller, Thomas P. DiNapoli, “New York State continues to experience high levels of foreclosure activity.”Some regions of the state are experiencing higher pending...
  • Ocwen gets skunked by Queens foreclosure attorney
    Ocwen gets skunked by Queens foreclosure attorney but the smell is nothing new
    On July 27, 2015, a Queens New York foreclosure attorney filed a Notice of Entry with the Queens County Clerk memorializing a decision issued by the Honrable Phyllis Orlikoff Flug in a 3 year old foreclosure case.In her ruling Judge Flug upheld...
  • US Bank and Wells Fargo team up to deny loan modification
    US Bank and Wells Fargo fall asleep at the foreclosure wheel - case dismissed
    On July 16, 2015 Queens foreclosure attorney Brian McCaffrey received a decision handed down from the Supreme Court in the County of Queens that dismissed a 4 year old foreclosure case. where the Honorable Rudolph E. Greco, Justice of the Queens...
  • Christmas Day while homeless in the Georgia Mountains
    Poverty, foreclosure and homelessness: the reality (Part Two)
    The People of the Lie anticipated quick military victories in Afghanistan and Iraq to prove the superiority of an America ruled by the corporate elite. They expected a clean sweep in the next elections that would give them the power to radically...
  • Tennessee River Sunrise
    Poverty, foreclosure and homelessness: the reality (Part One)
    Poverty is obviously the absence of wealth and homelessness is obviously the absence of domestic architecture. However, virtually all of the increasingly rare discussion in the media about the new America of have's and have not's is by...
  • Deutsche Bank foreclosure action dismissed by Queens foreclosure attorney
    Queens foreclosure attorney obtains dismissal against Deutsche Bank
    This morning a Bronx Court delivered a blow to Deutsche Bank by dismissing the foreclosure action against homeowner George Percival.In an all too familiar situation Deutsche Bank sought to foreclose on a property in Queens New York by beginning a...
  • NY Foreclosure activity increased in 2014 but improvements in 2015 are expected
    NY Foreclosure activity increased in 2014 but improvements in 2015 are expected
    New York State’s Office of Court Administration (OCA) has issued its annual report on foreclosure activity in New York’s Courts.The report shows that foreclosure cases constitute a major portion of the New York State Unified Court...
  • Foreclosure
    Five reasons to attend the upcoming foreclosure summit
    On Saturday, October 25 community groups will host ‘Foreclosure Summit: Understanding the Problem, Identifying Solutions’. The focus will be on options, strategies and sources for assistance to the current foreclosure crisis. The...
  • FNMA
    Good news for those with bad credit
    The disappearance of subprime mortgages in 2008 all but precluded those with marginal credit from getting a home loan. After being bailed out with taxpayer dollars from TARP, banks unabashedly snubbed their noses at John and Jane Doe with the...
  • America under water
    Bank of America settlement not better than nothing
    WASHINGTON -- Bank of America gets off with a slap on the wrist paying a $16.65 billion settlement for selling toxic mortgage bonds. Although $7 billion of it is slated for consumer relief, the remedy is little more than a tincture to homeowners...
  • Take control of your situation
    Beating bill collectors
    The following strategies for surviving economic hard times are applicable until Congress makes changes to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. For some of us, times are tough – even if you are lucky enough to have a job. After eight years...
  • Lady Liberty
    Loan modification: racial profile a factor
    Lady Justice, the personification of the Roman goddess Justitia, keeps a vigil over the entrances of many court houses in America. For those who may have forgotten, she is often cast as an eyeless or blindfolded low-level Hyperion, signifying the...
  • Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Sheree Whitfiled attends the The Moet & Chandon's Sex and the City 2 Private Screening in Atlanta
    Real estate lessons from The Real Housewives of Atlanta
    For a lot of people watching The Real Housewives shows is a guilty pleasure. If you really pay attention you could also learn a lot from these ladies. Lessons in real estate is one thing a viewer can gain by watching their favorite show.Most...
  • Ted's Westport Market in Westport WA has finally closed down
    Ted's Westport Market in Westport WA has finally closed down
    Ted’s Westport Market, formerly known as Ted’s Red Apple Market, finally shuttered its windows and boarded its doors on Monday, June 9th. The Westport, Washington based store was the central grocery store for the Westport area. Locals...
  • Veteran faces loss of home over flag
    Homeowner's association threatens to take veteran's home over U.S. flag
    Larry Murphree, a veteran who lives in Florida, is facing foreclosure and could lose his home -- not because he's behind in his mortgage payments, but because he dared to display a small U.S. flag in a flower pot outside his home, WTEV...
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