by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | April 24, 2011 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | 25 comments
The community group (I use this term loosely) ACORN, breaks into foreclosed homes, moving the previous owners back in. This is criminal trespassing. This story was reported by WJZ TV in Baltimore. The home in this video had already been sold by the bank and had new owners. My question is, why doesn't ACORN use the money that Barack Obama has given them, to repurchase the homes and give them back to the previous owners?
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | July 3, 2010 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | June 27, 2010 | on Orange County Foreclosures | 21 comments
October 23, 2008 Senate Banking Committee Hearings Chris Dodd Chairman (D-CT) Sheila Bair (FDIC) Neel Kashkari (Interim Asst. Treasury Secretary for Financial Security)
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | May 5, 2010 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | no comments
www.WheresMyEquity.com Starting April 5th, lenders will start mailing letters to all borrowers who have been denied a HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) modification. With this program, borrowers can choose either a deed-in-lieu or short sale over foreclosure. Incentives for borrowers include a 00 moving allowance, no contributions needed at closing, no deficiency judgement, no promissory note, and a proposed streamlined process.
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