Senator Weyden questions Consumer Protection Agency
Yesterday, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore)  questioned a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau representative, associate director David Silverman,  about the agency’s authority to deal with installment loan lenders.  Silverman indicated that the CFPB had no supervisory authority over... Read More →
Loan Modifications Are Helping Very Few
(Bankruptcy News Source:  “Loan Modification Recipients Redefault in Droves”  by Kate Berry, published in National Mortgage News) Distressed homeowners are redefaulting in droves on loan modifications received through a government program, costing taxpayers billions... Read More →
On July 13, 2013, 9:30 am,  at First Baptist Church of Princeton, attorney Rhinold Ponder will discuss strategies on how to survive mortgage problems and save homeowners from foreclosure at a free seminar.  Among the important issues to to be addressed are loan modifications,... Read More →
By Paul Kiel ProPublica Bank of America employees regularly lied to homeowners seeking loan modifications, denied their applications for made-up reasons, and were rewarded for sending homeowners to foreclosure, according to sworn statements by former bank employees. The employee... Read More →
Despite mounds of documentary evidence of  mortgage fraud that JP Morgan Chase was fully aware of the lies it told investors about flawed mortgage investments, the bank continues to dodge responsibility for the financial crisis.  Included in court documents are e-mails, exchanged... Read More →
The Supreme Court provided homeowners with additional protection when it held that forbearance agreements were subject to the state’s consumer protection laws. The court’s decision in Gonzalez v. Wilshire Credit Corp., A-99-09.   Read More →
The Following is the statement released by the National Consumer Law Center in response to the CFPB’s new servicer rules. WASHINGTON─ “We commend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for seeking to address broad problems in the mortgage servicing industry and for extending... Read More →
The “Been There, DiY’ed That” feature of DIY Lawyer provides us an opportunity to present real life stories of how people handled there own legal matters.   The experiences related here should be instructive to others on what to do and what not to do in similar... Read More →
Apparently,  mortgage servicers are relying on their Florida lawyers to get payback for the excellent work performed against them by a foreclosure defense legal aid attorney in Florida.   According to a report in Folioweekly, pro-bank members of the Florida bar are seeking a... Read More →


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