Matt Weidner | Are You Ready For The Revolution?


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6 Responses to “Matt Weidner | Are You Ready For The Revolution?”
  1. Fury says:

    i sure hope this message means that matt weider is going to run for office.

  2. yvonne says:

    Is the cure for foreclosure glut a bulldozer?

    NEW YORK – Aug. 2, 2011 – Bank of America Corp. is taking an unusual step in chipping away at its high inventory of repossessed homes by demolishing some of the most run-down homes in its inventory.

    Bank of America will be donating 100 foreclosed homes in Cleveland, 100 in Detroit, and 150 in Chicago – with nine other cities are expected to be added by the end of the year – to local agencies and contributing to their demolition. Wells Fargo, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Fannie Mae are also moving forward on similar demolition plans for its most decrepit homes.

    Banks have faced high inventories of foreclosures in the last few years that have lingered on the market and brought property values nationwide down. In June alone, more than 1.6 million homes – or one in every 77 households – were in some stage of foreclosure, according to RealtyTrac.

    “There is way too much supply,” Gus Frangos, president of the Cleveland-based Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corp., told Bloomberg News. “The best thing we can do to stabilize the market is to get the garbage off.”

    The homes slated to be demolished by Bank of America have been deemed uninhabitable, with some of the homes worth less than $10,000. The bank said it would cost too much money to restore the homes. The property’s land will be used for development, open space or urban farming, according to a company statement.

    In the first quarter of this year, Bank of America boasted 40,000 foreclosures on its books.

    Source: “BofA Donates Then Demolishes Houses to Cut Glut of Foreclosures,” (July 27, 2011)

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    • woodknot says:

      Surely they will find a way to COLLECT INSURANCE losses…..just as they have received millions from
      FEMA FLOOD CLAIMS-they stole the FEMA payments. The house next to me received $85,000.-YES EIGHTY FIVE THOUSAND after several applications & appeals. BOA/COUNTRYFIRED told the owners to work with FEMA and they would MOD or negotiate with the property owners ! Lies of course…they foreclosed, left the property abandoned for THREE YEARS. There is nothing left to repair or salvage.

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