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Controversial host and world renown financial expert, attorney and blogger Neil Garfield provides a wake up call to people everywhere about the foreclosure crisis and related bank scams.

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The typical case against the homeowner involves the participation of a company claiming to be the servicer. While the company might perform certain functions of the statutory definitions in the regulation of "servicers," it is actually rare that it... more

Licensed Private Investigator Bill Paatalo in a Blog post from just yesterday Sep. 8, highlights the case of mortgage servicer New Residential Investment Corp (New Rez), using trusts to enforce their mortgage servicing rights --- since so... more

The laws of men on Wall Street are pushing out the laws of the country. It is time we pushed back. There are no laws of men — not in this country! Fighting ghosts is challenging but not impossible. Ask anyone who has been required to... more

Bill will discuss on the Show today how a blanket lien granted by the OTS just prior the WAMU BK receivership of 2008 was used by the FDIC to in effect use the bk process to enable the conveying of title to the WAMU mortgage loans... more

Regular people think that going to court is winning a point and finding vindication in the judgment of the court. But lawyers know that going to court is all about keeping in control of the narrative. So it should come as no surprise when... more

Very promising development out of New York State. A principal issue in the case was whether the foreclosing party (mortgagee, the typical designate in a judicial foreclosure state) possessed the subject note before commencing the... more

Most people are thinking theater. Perry Mason. Some point in litigation where someone admits to being a lying thieving murderous scoundrel. That doesn't happen in real courtrooms for the most part and it certainly does not happen in... more

The latest trends of 2021 will be addressed today, with a focus on non-judicial foreclosure states and actions, in the following legal areas: - civil litigation state, - litigation Fed, - appellate practice both state and Fed, - unlawful detainer... more

I often have exchanges with frustrated homeowners that end up like this one received recently: ?That leaves everyone doing nothing and allowing the banks to prevail. Your posts are very inspiring ( like a carrot) but then very discouraging (... more

Bill Paatalo dissects an assignment of mortgage loan interest to a 'WAMU trust', a possible legal nullity after the 2008 WAMU BK liquidating WAMU's legal interest in their mortgage loan portfolio. Then Bill further dissects a double... more