Evan M. Rosen Foreclosure Defense

Evan M. Rosen: One of the Top Foreclosure Defense Lawyers in Florida

Evan M. Rosen: One of the Top Foreclosure Defense Lawyers in Florida Via Yelp There is a common misconception among homeowners that it does not matter what lawyer they hire to defend their foreclosure case.  Most consumers believe that if they have not paid their mortgage they are ultimately going to lose their case so … Read more

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“An Ongoing Criminal Enterprise”: Why America’s Housing Disaster is Back and Wreaking Terror

“An Ongoing Criminal Enterprise”: Why America’s Housing Disaster is Back and Wreaking Terror Remember the housing nightmare that busted the economy? The crooks are back and here’s what they’re secretly up to Salon – By David Dayen Servicers have run into another problem in Florida, ground zero for the foreclosure crisis. Because of a series … Read more

Hats of a Robo-signer

NY Times – Borrowers, Beware: The Robo-Signers Aren’t Finished Yet

Borrowers, Beware: The Robo-Signers Aren’t Finished Yet Remember the robo-signers, those mortgage loan automatons who authenticated thousands of foreclosure documents over the years without verifying the information they were swearing to? Well, they’re back, in a manner of speaking, at least in Florida. Their dubious documents are being used to hound former borrowers years after … Read more

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Full Deposition of Lona Hunt: Robo-Verifier of Foreclosure Complaints for Seterus/Fannie Mae

Robo-Verifier Lona Hunt Admits, Twice, to Not Reading Foreclosure Complaint Before Signing Under Penalty of Perjury Cross-posted from The Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen The entire reasoning behind the Florida Supreme court taking unprecedented, historic action to amend rule 1.100(b) back in 2010 was because of the financial industry’s well documented illegal behavior. It … Read more

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Video: Matt Taibbi and Bank Whistleblower on How JPMorgan Chase Helped Wreck the Economy, Avoid Prosecution

Matt Taibbi and Bank Whistleblower on How JPMorgan Chase Helped Wreck the Economy, Avoid Prosecution A year ago this month the U.S. Department of Justice announced that the banking giant JPMorgan Chase would avoid criminal charges by agreeing to pay $13 billion to settle claims that it had routinely overstated the quality of mortgages it … Read more

Road to Securitization

Precrisis Mortgage Backed Securities Make a Comeback

“Of the borrowers that are still current, there’s a high likelihood that they will remain current” ~ Mortgage-backed securities back in vogue? The collapse of mortgage-backed securities drove the financial crisis, but many fund managers are snapping up the pre-crisis offerings. “We’ve seen strong demand for those assets recently,” said Dan Adler, a senior portfolio … Read more