Housing Finance Needs U.S. Backstop, Executives Tell Lawmakers

Day: September 30, 2010

Housing Finance Needs U.S. Backstop, Executives Tell Lawmakers

Housing Finance Needs U.S. Backstop, Executives Tell Lawmakers

Please read this and suggest other alternatives with practical outcomes.  We all love pointing the finger, but figuring out the solution to this mess is the tough part. ~josh Read the article in Bloomberg

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Florida’s ‘Admendment 4’ Would Give Voters Say on Overbuilding

Florida’s ‘Admendment 4’ Would Give Voters Say on Overbuilding

Florida always has something interesting going on. This is a definite must read and a possible to something I just haven’t been able to figure out… namely, if we’ve overbuilt our housing capacity so much why are developers still building? Sure, like you… I know the reasons. But wouldn’t it be nice to have a…  Continue Reading

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Foreclosed, vacant homes a headache for neighbors

Foreclosed, vacant homes a headache for neighbors

Whenever I would begin working on a short sale for a vacant house, invariably neighbors would see me working on the property –– cutting the grass and doing odd jobs –– and would stop to ask me a few questions.  The first thing that they’d want to know is if I was moving in.  But…  Continue Reading

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JPMorgan Chase warns attorneys of possible foreclosure robo-signers

JPMorgan Chase warns attorneys of possible foreclosure robo-signers

First GMAC.. And now JPMorgan Chase.. Whose going to be next? -Josh JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM: 38.47 +0.16%) last night alerted attorneys that employees in its foreclosure operations unit may have signed affidavits in foreclosure cases without personally reviewing the documents, the same issue that has recently plagued Ally Financial, according to a memo…  Continue Reading

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