Monthly Archives: April 2013

All In With Chris Hayes: Foreclosure Settlement: A Nationwide Crime Scene

Foreclosure settlement: a nationwide crime scene Banks are foreclosing on military members, on people who had been approved for a loan modification, and even on people who were never behind in their payments–all part of an astounding settlement that shortchanged … Continue reading

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Housing Crisis: 14 Million Abandoned Homes and Growing (VIDEO)

According to a recent study, 9.9 million homes have been vacant since 2008 due to foreclosure. and as of 2011 that number has increased to 14.3 million units. Many blame the bleak housing market and the unemployment rate for the … Continue reading

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The Banks Show No Mercy: 10 Foreclosure Horror Stories That Will Blow Your Mind

By: Michael | End Of The American Dream During the last housing crash, the big banks begged the federal government for help and they received it, but when average Americans ask the big banks for help most of the time … Continue reading

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Promontory Financial Group: Former Regulators Find a Home With a Powerful Firm

By: Ben Protess & Jessica Silver-Greenberg | NY Times The consulting firm is filled with so many former bureaucrats and political insiders that it has become known as Wall Street’s shadow regulator. Nearly two-thirds of its roughly 170 senior executives … Continue reading

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NY case – Standing requirement still in force * US Bank Loses – Again

By: Dan Harris | Examiner.com On October 17, 2012, the Queens Civil Supreme Court posted a ruling issued a week earlier in a 2 year old foreclosure case. The Honorable David Eliot, Justice of the Queens County Supreme Court issued … Continue reading

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How Wall Street Shafted Main Street

And let’s not forget Capt. Jack’s HOW MAIN STREET HAS DESTROYED WALL STREET How Main Street has Destroyed Wall Street Posted by Capt. Jack I guess now would be a good time to shoot the greedy homeowners. It’s crystal clear. From the … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo 401(k) Loans Jump 28% as Older Workers Borrow

By: Margaret Collins | Bloomberg The number of people taking loans from their 401(k) retirement accounts increased 28 percent in the fourth quarter from a year earlier as older workers tapped their savings, according toWells Fargo (WFC) & Co. The number … Continue reading

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