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Nevada AG charges Bank of America with luring families into loan mod program under false pretenses

A closer look at the the complaint against Bank of America The complaint filed by Nevada’s attorney general against Bank of America charges the bank with luring families into its loan-modification program — supposedly to help them keep their homes — under false pretenses; with giving false information about the program’s requirements (for example,...
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Bank of America faces fines or regulator actions from faulty foreclosure documents

Bank of America and Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. mortgage firms, said they may face fines or enforcement actions from regulators amid investigations into foreclosure procedures. The probes may also lead to significant legal costs and investors will not let this issue go away. Blake Howells, an analyst at Becker Capital Management Inc. in...
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Number of homeowners underwater could soar from 23-percent to 40-percent

Housing is in big trouble. Excess inventories remain a big problem, so weakness in prices isn’t surprising. According to Gary Shilling, President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., an investment research firm, he thinks there will be another 20 percent decline, though that decline has been held up by the moratorium on foreclosures. But...
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Loan modifications should be negoitated by mortgage counselors with authority from Treasury Dept

The mortgage mess is making nonsense of claims that the United States of America have effective contract enforcement. In fact, the question is whether our economy is governed by any kind of rule of law. This despite the fact that in 2000, Lawrence Summers, then the Treasury secretary, declared that the keys to avoiding...
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Federal Reserve gave billions in secret loans to same big banks that deny and cancel loan modifications

The $700 billion Wall Street ‘public’ bailout was chump-change compared to multi-trillion-dollars the Federal Reserve doled out in secret to big banks and corporations. Thanks to an amendment U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont was able to include in the Wall Street reform bill passed last year, the American people are beginning to discover...
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