Tag: RealtyTrac

Obama Told Bankers Today Its OK To Foreclose On American Citizens Who Bailed You Out: Billy Clinton Gave The Banks What They Wanted!

The 10 States Getting Slammed By Foreclosures! MIAMI — Officially, there are 3.5 million homes for sale nationwide. But there are millions more lurking in the shadows — hidden neatly away on banks’ balance sheets, stalled in foreclosure court proceedings or simply occupied by nonpaying owners as lenders wait months or years before taking action.…

Foreclosures Increase 7% For October Another 230,678 Families Displaced: ‘No Jobs’ Obama Told Bankers Today ~ Its OK To Foreclose On American Citizens Who Bailed You Out!

Make Them PROVE the mortgage is legitimate iows, not based upon a ‘derivative’ money source.  CHICAGO (MarketWatch) — Foreclosure activity rose 7% in October compared with September, a sign that lenders are picking up the pace after foreclosure processing problems caused delays, RealtyTrac said Thursday. Last month, foreclosure filings were reported on 230,678 U.S. properties,…

Obama Told Bankers Today Its OK To Foreclose On American Citizens Who Bailed You Out

MIAMI — Officially, there are 3.5 million homes for sale nationwide. But there are millions more lurking in the shadows — hidden neatly away on banks’ balance sheets, stalled in foreclosure court proceedings or simply occupied by nonpaying owners as lenders wait months or years before taking action. The housing market‘s ballooning shadow inventory —…

Weekend Reflections Americans Loosing Their Homes: At Record High 1.5 Million In First 6 Months Of 2009

NBC YANKED THIS SNL SKIT THAT LINKED DEMOCRATS TO MORTGAGE CRISIS (Bloomberg) — U.S. foreclosure filings hit a record in the first half, a sign that job losses and falling property prices deepened the housing recession, according to RealtyTrac Inc. More than 1.5 million properties received a default or auction notice or were seized by banks in…

U.S. Fraud Foreclosures: Make Them Prove The Mortgage Was Not A Derivative Debt ~ Banks Loose Key ‘Derivative’ Foreclosure Ruling In Top Massachusetts Court.

Many people may have thought that the massive wave of foreclosures must be over by now, roughly four years after the subprime mortgage crisis began. Most banks however were bending over backwards trying to make deals to avoid foreclosing on millions of other people. After giving people months, if not years of leeway, it’s become…