1997 Vintage – What to do when the Chain Breaks – In The Future, MERS Will Help

Well isn’t this a blast from the past… The Missing Assignment Dilemma It is an all too familiar story. Lender A originates a note secured by a mortgage or deed of trust and sells it on the secondary market to Lender B. Lender B then sells the mortgage to Lender C who sells it to … Read more

Bank Fraud Investigations Misdirected

Commentary by George W. Mantor RISMEDIA, May 18, 2010—The prosecutions of both civil and criminal cases against financial intermediaries are being thwarted by defense attorney’s ability to shine the light away from the real evidence of fraud. By focusing on the institutional side of the transaction, where all of the prosecutions have been, evidence is … Read more

Huffington Post – Crucial Help for Homeowners Could Never See the Light of Day

  Richard Zombeck Eyes and Ears Mortgage Specialist and ShameTheBanks.org Founder Senator Al Franken (D-Minnesota), who in my opinion should be wearing a cape to work every day, introduced an amendment to the Financial Reform Bill that would create an Office of Homeowner Advocate to assist homeowners who have been denied a loan modification through … Read more

Basic Foreclosure Litigation Defense Manual

Random Repost Blast from the Past. Going to start off each day with a random repost from the archives… Enjoy! Basic Foreclosure Litigation Defense Manual [scribd id=20954236 key=key-1ekz7z1hmdt1fpdrc7yh] 4closureFraud