Lack of a “Foreclosure Wave” Determined By Banks

Lack of a “Foreclosure Wave” Determined By Banks Here’s a pretty jerky victory lap clearly planted by the mortgage lending industry, with the boastful title “Foreclosure Wave Averted as Doomsayers Defied.” Let’s hear this out for a second. When banks pulled back on foreclosures two years ago following a government investigation into allegations of faulty … Read more

Kung Fu Expert Beats Up Mob of 50 Trying to Evict Him

To understand the background of the incident – and the plight of Chinese homeowners attempting to resist eviction when the government wants to build something on their land – watch this short video above. Now that you’ve got the background, you’re ready for the story from the Telegraph on the Kung Fu hero: When 38-year-old … Read more

Class Action RE Debt Collection – PEDERSON v. LAW OFFICES OF DANIEL C. CONSUEGRA

Class Action RE Debt Collection – PEDERSON v. LAW OFFICES OF DANIEL C. CONSUEGRA Class Action case filed in federal court last week….. against DANIEL C. CONSUEGRA, P.L.  Regarding their October 2012 debt collection letters sent on behalf of their client, Suntrust, to foreclosure defendants. Filed on 11/23/12 2:12-cv-14422-JEM PEDERSON v. LAW OFFICES OF DANIEL … Read more

Wells Fargo Foreclosure Practices Lawsuit Not Barred by Earlier Deal, U.S. Says

Wells Fargo Lawsuit Not Barred by Earlier Deal, U.S. Says Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) can be sued in a federal lawsuit in New York over mortgage foreclosure practices without violating the terms of a settlement reached with the bank in another case, the Justice Department said. The department, in a filing yesterday in federal … Read more