I-Team: Former U.S. Attorney Questioned on Robo-Signing
LAS VEGAS — Robo-signing left tens of thousands of Nevadans not knowing if they own their home.
State leaders take a near unanimous stand against it but one Nevada politician may be voting one way, while profiting another way.
State Senator Greg Brower joined a near unanimous vote last year in a high-profile bill combating robo-signing. The Reno-area Republican is in one of the most competitive races in the state. The power balance at the state capital is at stake. But perhaps, more important, a clear answer From Brower on the question: Is robo-signing good or bad?
There are Nevadans who don’t know if they own their own homes. Bill Campbell is one of them.
“I don’t own the home I bought three years ago. I made payments faithfully and on time until just recently when it was confirmed I don’t own the house I bought.”