Beth Kassab: Time to Speed Up Foreclosures in Florida

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Time to speed up foreclosures in Florida

Not one single bank executive has gone to jail for the mortgage monkey business that collapsed our economy.That will go down as one of the great injustices of our lifetimes. Millions of people’s lives were turned upside down by the housing crash — jobs lost, home values wrecked, foreclosures filed.
And nobody held accountable. Despicable.

For that reason, I sympathize with homeowner advocates who complain that efforts to speed up the dreadfully slow foreclosure process in Florida are another way for banks to win while the little guy loses.

But here’s the reality: Prolonging the foreclosure process is simply drawing out Florida’s pain.

The best thing for this state would be to move foreclosures through the court system as quickly as possible so neighborhoods can move on.

Houses in foreclosure limbo end up with uncut grass and peeling paint. Or worse. Eventually they’re dumped in a fire sale.

These homes shackle whole neighborhoods struggling to push property values back into positive territory.

If foreclosures moved faster, then the homes would have less time to deteriorate and new families could move in sooner. Two things that would help neighborhoods.

More here…

And if anyone would like to educate Ms. Kassab on the subject she can be contacted through the info below…

bkassab@tribune.com or 407-420-5448

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4closureFraud.org

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4 Responses to “Beth Kassab: Time to Speed Up Foreclosures in Florida”
  1. Thanks for giving her contact number…I certainly can see she beds down..Ms, Kassab needs to take Rob’s offer for some schooling….it’s obvious she is off track ….

  2. incognito123 says:

    I’ve sent her an email and called her. Hopefully we can better educate “reporters” such as this one. She needs to know the truth, not the LPS/RealtyTrack falsehood of dis-information. Whether she knows it or not (and she SHOULD know it) she is putting out information as if it was fact when it is not, besides the false LPS stuff, in the “need to expedite” the fraudclosures, not knowing or understanding the real reasons behind the title company initiated push for this bill. Let’s see if she is willing to publish Trawick’s letters, or Lynn Szymoniak’s analysis of “the time it takes to foreclose” or other correct facts. If she listens and corrects herself, then there is hope yet for her, if she does not correct herself, then she is just one of their puppets of dis-information.

  3. no names, please says:

    Oh, Ms. Kassab,
    You “feel my pain”? You “feel my pain”?
    Yeah, right.
    I’d give you a call if my lawyer hadn’t gotten MY WORD I wouldn’t get in touch with
    anyone short of Gretchen Morgenson, and that leaves you out, honey.

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