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Former corrections officer alleged to have used fake pay stubs in an effort to qualify for a mortgage

Former corrections officer alleged to have used fake pay stubs in an effort to qualify for a mortgageSource: Office of the State ComptrollerA former New York state corrections officer and his wife were arrested Friday, June 29, 2018, for allegedly … Continue reading

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FDIC Changes Deposit Insurance Rules For Mortgage Loan Securitizations

The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (the "Act") temporarily increased the standard maximum deposit insurance amount from $100,000 to $250,000, effective October 3, 2008, and ending December 31, 2009. After that date, barring further action by Congress and the … Continue reading

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Bringing your mortgage current through Bankruptcy in Jacksonville, FL?

Bringing your mortgage current though Bankruptcy in Jacksonville, FL might be a possibility. But you must first take into account your income, how far behind you are on you mortgage payments, as well as all of your other debts. Bringing … Continue reading

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Florida’s Hardest Hit Program for Mortgage Relief has Closed for New Applications

During the mortgage meltdown, many homeowners received financial assistance from a fund set up by Florida called Florida’s Hardest Hit Program.  This was primarily for folks whose income dropped during the recession.  Due to lack of funds, the program has … Continue reading

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What’s required to void a mortgage?

When I was quoted on the front page of the Mercury News  about voiding home loans in bankruptcy,  I was inundated with inquires about how lien stripping in bankruptcy works. So here goes: A voluntary lien, like a deed of … Continue reading

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