KABOOM – Foreclosure Mill Florida Default Law Group’s Title Insurer New House Title Won’t Insure Firm’s Foreclosure Titles

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By Kimberly Miller
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer 

Florida foreclosure firm’s title insurer won’t insure firm’s foreclosure titles

The title insurance arm of one of the state’s largest foreclosure law firms is refusing to cover properties foreclosed on by its own attorneys citing potential defects in court filings.

New House Title, which is owned by the same people who run the Tampa-based Florida Default Law Group, sent notice to a Boca Raton real estate attorney Wednesday that a 2009 foreclosure was off limits.

What Attorney Robert Feldman found interesting in New House’s denial for the Deerfield Beach condominium is the foreclosure was handled by the Florida Default Law Group.

It is somewhat surprising that now they won’t even insure their own work,” Feldman said.

The New House email faults JPMorgan Chase for the rejection.

Chase is one of three national lenders, including Ally Financial Inc., and Bank of America, that has suspended some foreclosure proceedings to review and correct flawed documents that may have been used to take people’s homes.

“We have become aware of potential defects with affidavits submitted by the servicer, JPMorgan Chase or an affiliate, in foreclosure actions, which raise concerns about the insurability of the title of the subject property,” said the e-mail sent by Fran Morrison, a closing processor with New House Title. “Until these defects have been remedied, we are unable to proceed with the sale or closing of the foreclosed properties.”

Title insurance protects homeowners against financial loss from defects in the title, liens on the title or if the title is not what it is represented to be.

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6 Responses to “KABOOM – Foreclosure Mill Florida Default Law Group’s Title Insurer New House Title Won’t Insure Firm’s Foreclosure Titles”
  1. Mike says:

    Now what do we do with bogus lien releases based on fraudulent assignments of mortgages after you have paid the crooks in full and your left with a clouded title to your home…

  2. 10/18/2010

    Bill McCollum
    Florida Attorney General
    State of Florida
    The Capitol PL-01
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050

    New House Title LLC (a FDLC company)
    9119 Corporate Lake Dr
    Ste 300
    Tampa, FL 33634

    Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
    1410 N. West shore Blvd.
    Suite 800
    Tampa, FL 33607-4547

    Fidelity National Title Company
    150 S Pine Island, Suite 130
    Plantation, FL 33324

    First American Financial Corporation
    1 First American Way
    Santa Ana, California 92707

    America’s Servicing Criminals
    P.O. Box 10388
    Des Moines IA 50306

    Property address: ( your address)

    Dear Title Insurer:

    This letter is to inform you that if you shall grant title insurance to above said property, a claim will be made under such policy in the amount of $495.000. As evidence shows, that Florida Default Law Group (Criminals), the law firm, , representing both the pretender-lender, Deutsche Bank and pretender-servicer America’s Servicing Criminals, criminally FABRICATED the documents necessary in order to fraudulently foreclose on above said property thus causing a cloud on the title.

    Sincerely,

    (your name)

  3. I believe this same situation is also occurring in Florida between Docx/LPS and National Fidelity Title. The processers produce and record unreliable documents, the lenders and judges OK those documents, then the title insurance company associated with the processer refuses to issue insurance because of faulty documents. And they blame it on the lender because the lenders have already admitted problems. Live entertainment is best!

  4. Alina says:

    HA HA HA!!!!! 🙂

  5. Spanky says:

    Wow, imagine that. FDLG has New House Title listed in my FC documents. Wander what happens now?

    As lucy stated: ” I’m proud to be a ‘deadbeat homeowner’ who refused to walk away.”

    Good thing I have proof of my 2 payments the servicer accepted after FLDG said that we didn’t make.

  6. lucy says:

    Too funny…ha…ha…h…ha….
    Who’s laughing now?

    I’m proud to be a “deadbeat homeowner” who refused to walk away !!
    Keep on fight !!!!

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