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CalBank Set to Foreclose on Corona Synagogue

January 28, 2012


The LA Times reports that CalBank is preparing to foreclose on a synagogue, Congregation Beth Shalom, in Corona, California. “”No question, we took a hit on the amount of money coming in. We built at the worst possible time, like a lot of people around here,” said congregation President Bruce Williams. “We need some help […]

Former Fannie Mae CEO Facing SEC Charges

January 15, 2012


” Daniel Mudd, the former chief executive officer of Fannie Mae, said on Wednesday that he would take a leave of absence from his current role as CEO of hedge fund Fortress Investment Group LLC. Mudd, along with former Freddie Mac CEO Richard Syron, was sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last […]

Senior Homes Risking Foreclosure

November 8, 2011


Sunrise Senior Living is a great establishment. It is strictly private-pay, but allows dignity and movement for its residents. However, as a profit-driven company, the vicissitudes of the marketplace are not kept from its doors. Specifically, there is a recent push to lower overhead and to modify mortgage loans. Not in a bad way, just […]

Seal Beach Man Targets Elderly in Foreclosure Fraud Scheme

August 31, 2011


There’s more than one way to steal someone’s money in foreclosure fraud. John Wesley Martynec told elderly investors that he was running a foreclosure purchase business where foreclosed homes would be bought, fixed up and sold at a profit. “After an eight-month investigation, police arrested John Wesley Martynec, 35, on 34 counts of fraud and […]

Robo Signed Documents Refused by Register of Deeds

June 8, 2011


“Register refuses to accept ‘robo-signed’ documents By Julie Manganis Posted:06/08/2011 3:55 AM SALEM — John O’Brien is a man on a mission. The South Essex register of deeds, who has been on a crusade to hold major banks accountable for their role in the home mortgage crisis, is now turning his attention to what he […]

Ms. Senior DC Contest

March 9, 2011


MS SENIOR DC PAGEANT 2011 “Aging With Style” MS. SENIOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 2011 Candidate must be a District of Columbia resident age 60 years or older. Each contestant must display a talent presentation. The talent presentation may represent any form of human endeavor– the arts, music, homemaking, literature, etc. Each contestant must present a […]

Christine Axsmith, Esq.

December 14, 2010


For foreclosure, real estate and elder law legal help, call Christine Axsmith at Axsmith Law. See Axsmith Law website at The FTC has lots of foreclosure information, foreclosure prevention information, and foreclosure scam information that has been particularly helpful in stopping foreclosures in Washington DC and Maryland.