Mortgage Companies Seek Time Travelers to Find Missing Documents

Mortgage Companies Seek Time Travelers to Find Missing Documents Recruiters are hiring for a job that shouldn’t exist: finding “missing” documents required to “complete” broken chains of title on mortgages entering foreclosure. Since all assignments of mortgage should have been prepared and recorded within days of the transfer or sale — and the failure to … Read more

New York: Federal Natl Mtg Assoc v Higgins – Different Signatures Despite Same Date on Note Reflecting Copies of Different Originals

HON. NOACH DEAR, J.S.C. Index No.:511643114 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC, Plaintiff, -against- RICHARD HIGGINS et aI, Defendant, Upon the foregoing cited papers, the Decision/Order on this Motion is as follows: Plaintiff moves for summary judgment and an order of reference. Defendant opposes and cross-moves for dismissal arguing that Plaintiff lacks standing. “Where standing is put … Read more

Now Hiring! Pay Raise $22.00 – $24.00/Hour: Default Breach Specialist to Complete the Chain of Title Prior to Foreclosure Referral

Now Hiring! Pay Raise $22.00 – $24.00/Hour: Default Breach Specialist to Complete the Chain of Title Prior to Foreclosure Referral So two weeks ago I thought it would be a good idea to get 4closureFraud up and running full time again, more on that later, because things seemed to be ramping up and patterns of … Read more

Fraudclosure: Select Portfolio Servicing Help Wanted – Chain of Title Specialist

Chain of Title Specialist Salt Lake City, UT, US Job Description: Job Summary: Provides assistance in demonstrating the Investor has the appropriate legal authority to initiate actions through a complete Chain of Title, by recognizing and preparing the required documents to complete the Note with applicable Endorsements, along with any Assignments and other necessary legal … Read more

Fraudclosure: FRT 2011-1 TRUST vs RODNEY POULIN – Void is Always Void Says Maine Court

This foreclosure action was before the court on March 16, 2016, for final hearing on Plaintiff FRT 2011-1 Trust’s Complaint for Foreclosure by Civil Action dated February 12, 2014, and served on Defendant Rodney Poulin on April 14, 2014.1 At the final hearing, Plaintiff was represented by John A. Doonan, Esq., and Defendant was represented … Read more

After Nearly 35 Years in Business, Mortgage Law Firm Butler & Hosch Closes Down

After Nearly 35 Years in Business, Mortgage Law Firm Butler & Hosch Closes Down Mortgage banking industry law firm Butler & Hosch, P.A. filed an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors to Florida law firm Michael E. Moecker & Associates, an action analogous to Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Butler & Hosch closed their doors this week and laid … Read more

MERS Litigation — Brief Of Amicus Curiae The Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School And Law Professors in Support of The Appellee, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Recorder Of Deeds

SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT MERS represents a major departure from and grave disruption of recording practices in counties such as Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, that have traditionally ensured the orderly transfer of real property across the country. Prior to MERS, records of real property interests were public, transparent, and provided a secure foundation upon which the American … Read more

NY Federal Judge Slams Wells Fargo for Forged Mortgage Docs

NY Federal Judge Slams Wells Fargo for Forged Mortgage Docs Judge Robert Drain has a message for Wells Fargo: “Forged” foreclosure documents don’t cut it in New York’s federal courts. In a stunning 30-page decision on January 28, Drain, a federal bankruptcy judge in New York’s Southern District, blasted Wells Fargo, America’s largest mortgage servicer, … Read more