A year ago The Foreclosure Hour explained why homeowners nationwide were having such great difficulty finding a knowledgeable foreclosure defense attorney and suggested ways of remedying the problem.
Yet, if anything, as those presently facing foreclosure well know, rather than becoming easier, it is actually even more difficult anywhere to find knowledgeable foreclosure defense counsel. Continue reading →
Hawaii attorney Gary Dubin and
co-host [former Hawaii Governor] John Waihee present Foreclosure Workshop #9: How To Successfully Overcome Irrational Judicial Prejudices Against Awarding You A “Free House”. Don’t miss this one – but if you do it will be posted after the show airs onwww.foreclosurehour.com.
It was Saturday afternoon when a group of us were teleconferencing about foreclosure issues. The focus was on the late assignment of mortgages, when one person said, “…think about it, the Plaintiff Trust says it became the owner of the loan over 3 years after the trust closed… how could it sell certificates to investors for something it did not own?” Great question! Continue reading →
Katie Porter posted an interesting viewpoint on theCredit Slips blog this week called theTheFree House Myth. A synopsis of the column points to the fact that the banks may have bad paper now – but they’ll be back. It almost sounded like Katie had been drinking Kool-Aid with RCO when she stated in her closing line, “[T]he free house is political handwringing, not legal reality.”
Porter came under fire by no less than (my personal favorite) Adam J. Levitin, Professor of Lawat Georgetown University. Professor Levitin has provided significant testimony before Congress and has dissected the Wall Street securitization scheme that collapsed our economy. Professor Levitin posted his comments to politely debunk Porter’s ‘no free house’ viewpoint… Continue reading →