Foreclosure Crisis Strikes Back: The Dark Side of Single-Family Rentals

The Dark Side of Single-Family Rentals After the foreclosure crisis, global equity firms (the dark side) snapped up thousands of single-family homes to rent out. This massive shift in the market has not been good for aspiring homeowners, tenants, or neighborhoods. In 2011 single-family home prices hit a two-decade low, and mortgage rates were as … Read more

11th Circuit Blasts Lawyer’s Lawsuit Fighting Foreclosure as Frivolous ‘Garbage’

11th Circuit Blasts Lawyer’s ‘Shotgun’ Lawsuit as Frivolous ‘Garbage’ The opinion authored by Judge Gerald Tjoflat said that tolerating the “incomprehensible” complaint and multiple delays would constitute obstruction of justice—and gave the lawyer 21 days to explain why he should not pay double the defense’s appeals costs. After granting multiple extensions to an Alabama lawyer … Read more