Repossession Hell: 5 Extremely ‘Wrongful’ Foreclosures

Day: March 26, 2010

Repossession Hell: 5 Extremely ‘Wrongful’ Foreclosures

Repossession Hell: 5 Extremely ‘Wrongful’ Foreclosures

From: The Week A Pittsburgh woman is claiming that Bank of America wrongfully foreclosed on her home, and in so doing ransacked her possessions, cut her power lines, padlocked her doors, and confiscated her pet parrot. Angela Iannelli, 46—who was away when repo men allegedly made off with her beloved blue macaw, Luke—says she’s still…  Continue Reading

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Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Take Own Lives

Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Take Own Lives

Note: We are saddened to hear of stories such as this, where homeowners are so desparate and feel there is no way out of a terrible situation. By learning how you can help those facing foreclosure, you can make a difference and offer possible solutions. PHILADELPHIA (CBS 3):  The foreclosure crisis in Philadelphia is now…  Continue Reading

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Jeff Watson Sighting…

Jeff Watson Sighting…

Go here to get the details on a live free training call on Monday! Questions will be answered first come first served…

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The Future of Real Estate Shopping

From The New York Times Portable Real Estate Listings — but With a Difference By R. SCOTT MacINTOSH Open the mobile phone application offered by a French real estate agency and point your phone at a building along the Champs-Élysées or some other street in Paris. Within seconds, you will see the property’s value per…  Continue Reading

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Housing Stall Threatens Economy

Stall in housing market threatens economy Fed ending program that has held mortgage rates down may also hurt From: MSNBC.com – By Alan Zibel WASHINGTON – The recovery in the housing market is at risk of collapsing.  Home sales are sliding, prices are stalling and foreclosures are rising. And mortgage rates are likely to go…  Continue Reading

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Commercial Collapse Leads to Ghost Towns?

Commercial Collapse Leads to Ghost Towns?

Take a look as one man takes viewers on a tour of his small town and shows the glut of vacant commercial space. Will this be repeated in towns all around the country?

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