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08/12/2013

Court Rules in Support of Homeowners Fighting Loan Mod Denials
Wells Fargo Customers in some states now have the right to sue their lender if they are denied a loan modification....

06/21/2013

Report Finds Banks Reluctant To Reduce Principal voluntarily, Despite Promises
housing advocates say the limited progress so far -- just 14 percent of aid has gone to write down loan balances

06/09/2013

Bank of America employees TURN and TESTIFY AGAINST BOA
7 Bank of America employees have jumped ship and are now giving whistle blowing testimony

06/03/2013

Bank of America $8.5 Billion Settlement Heads for Court Showdown
The proposed deal “offers pennies on the dollar,” Colorado attorney Daniel Reilly, who represents AIG, said during last week’s arguments.

05/19/2013

Most aid from mortgage settlement in state going to short sales
Big banks are giving billions of dollars to distressed California homeowners— but mostly to get people out

04/22/2013

Foreclosure-Relief Funds Earmarked for California Mostly Unspent
Only about a sixth of the $2 billion available to help troubled homeowners in the state has been tapped

04/18/2013

Another example of a homeowner who handled things with their bank with out proper representation!
One woman’s nightmarish odyssey through the system that was supposed to help...

3/15/2013

CALIFORNIA HOMEOWNER BILL OF RIGHTS Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General of California

2/12/2013

Mortgage Settlement Report Finds Banks Reluctant To Reduce Principal
The largest mortgage settlement in U.S. history was pitched by its creators as a deal that would offer quick aid to 1 million people ...

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