Browsing All posts tagged under »Foreclosure«

Asian Investors Buying US Real Estate

April 23, 2013


Often, these homes are not desired as a place to live, but as a place for children to live many years in the future.

Kentucky Attorney General Sues MERS

April 3, 2013


Attorney General Jack Conway filed a lawsuit in Franklin Circuit Court against MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiary Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) for violations of Kentucky law. “This process undermines the integrity of Kentucky’s public land records,” Attorney General, Conway said. “Before the bottom fell out of the housing market, banks […]

Banks Change Tactic in DC Foreclosures

March 26, 2013


Above is an attorney who is known for his robo-signing techniques while foreclosing on people’s houses for mortgage companies. His name is Stephan Baum. Mortgage companies are now suing in DC Superior Court for foreclosure rulings.  Usually, DC is a non-judicial foreclosure jurisdiction.  That means that the bank does not have to go in front […]

Foreclosure Review Offered for FREE!

June 4, 2012


Part of the settlement mortgage banks have agreed to related to improper foreclosures and fraudulent paperwork is that a review of your case can be applied for.  If your home was foreclosed on, you can ask that an independent review of your case be done, at no expense to you. Many people are not asking […]

Mortgage Settlement Agreement Makes Fraud a Business Expense – Washington Post

March 20, 2012


The Big Picture blogger Barry Ritholz explains the mortgage fraud settlement agreement. Do not think that this agreement limits your personal ability to sue. It does not. Call Axsmith Law to talk to an attorney about your options.

Occupy DC Saves Grandmother’s Home From Foreclosure

March 13, 2012


The Huffington Post and Washington Post reports: “ WASHINGTON — Occupy Our Homes-DC, a housing-focused group related to Occupy DC, scored a victory in its goal of saving a Bowie, Md., grandmother’s home from eviction, reports The Washington Post. An hour after some 50 protesters began demonstrating outside of Freddie Mac’s downtown D.C. offices on Monday, the […]

California Attorney General Calls for Halt of Foreclosures

February 29, 2012


According to U-T San Diego, Kamala Harris is calling for a stop to all foreclosures on loans owned by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the state of California.   If this would happen, it would put a lot of pressure on other states to do the same thing.  The inventory of real estate on […]