Ron Wolfe of Florida Default Law Group Motion to Compel, Why You Should Never Cry Wolfe

First, I would like to start out this post with this… (Press the play button and listen while you read the rest, I always do, I can’t help myself 😉 .) Ice Ice Baby Why? Because we have, once again, a fine presentation here by Ice Legal… Check it out… Ron Wolfe creates an assignment … Read more

H.R. 4953 Miller, Ellison Introduce the Mortgage Servicing Conflict of Interest Elimination Act Bill to Address Conflict of Interest in Mortgage Companies

Washington, D.C. – Just moments before the House adjourned last week, Reps. Brad Miller (D-NC)  and Keith Ellison (D-MN), both Members of the Financial Services Committee, introduced legislation that will eliminate a conflict of  interest that may be preventing large mortgage companies from modifying troubled mortgages voluntarily. Many large mortgage companies own second mortgages on … Read more

M E R S – Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Foreclosure Bankruptcy Decision – This Court is Convinced that MERS had NO Interest it Could Transfer

Fresh from Matt Weidner’s Blog UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT Eastern District of California Honorable Ronald H. Sargis Bankruptcy Judge Sacramento California   May 20, 2010 MERS AND CITIBANK ARE NOT THE REAL PARTIES IN INTEREST Under California law, to perfect the transfer of mortgage paper as collateral the owner should physically deliver the note to … Read more