EXPLOSIVE VIDEO | CBS 60 MINUTES: Lynn Szymoniak ESQ, LPS, DOCx, FDIC Sheila Bair, Robo-Signing, Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Chris Pendley

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EXPLOSIVE VIDEO | CBS 60 MINUTES: Lynn Szymoniak ESQ, LPS, DOCx, FDIC Sheila Bair, Robo-Signing, Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Chris Pendley

EXPLOSIVE VIDEO | CBS 60 MINUTES: Lynn Szymoniak ESQ, LPS, DOCx, FDIC Sheila Bair, Robo-Signing, Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Chris Pendley

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If there was a question about whether we’re headed for a second housing shock, that was settled last week with news that home prices have fallen a sixth consecutive month. Values are nearly back to levels of the Great Recession. One thing weighing on the economy is the huge number of foreclosed houses.

Many are stuck on the market for a reason you wouldn’t expect: banks can’t find the ownership documents.

Continue reading…… CBS 60 Minutes

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  1. Bill says:

    I was not told my house was being sold. This website helped me find out how and I filed an appeal last week to the 1st DCA in Tallahassee.
    I had an attorney and he never told me anything. He just let them sell it.
    I really do not know what to do next while the appeal waits in line for the court to hear it. I am pro se filing and unemployed with a disability.
    Does anyone have any advise? Thanks Bill

  2. Maureen says:

    Look into filing an Emergency TRO. That’s a Temporary Restraining Order, while you look for next steps.

  3. Maureen says:

    I believe you can file the Emergency TRO, based on the fact that you need to wait for the decision from the 1st DCA in Tallahassee.

  4. Maureen says:

    If you don’t have any money, see if you can file wihout paying.

  5. Back in 2008 I challenged the “lost assignment” and discovered so many laws that had been broken; from Banking Trusts Laws, Local & State statutes for recording transfer’s of assignment.

    I too researched the transfer’s of assignment and knew that the Bank could not prove they were the “holder in due course”.

    The very evidence that I based my affirmative defense were the Plaintiffs own “transfer of assignment”and “lost note’s” affidavit’s.
    Just like the Lynn I went through hundreds of Foreclosure Complaints and found paper work that was bogus, at its best.

    The Bank issued itself the “transfer of assignment” four months after they filed the Foreclosure Complaint. Successor in interest by merger was minus a couple of banks and the Assignment that they submitted listed them as the orginator of the loan in 1984, they bought it from the mortgage pool sold in 2007.

    I am in my 3rd year of litigation, pro se, if I had not challenged the paper work the Plaintiff filed, I would have lost the house, but in 2008 the Exhibits they entered was their downfall. I just happen to examine them and do some research, all there, and the Bank’s attorney freaked when the Judge said his paper work was questionable.

    People walk away because it is overwhelming to be sued for default on your mortgage. The money for a civil defense attorney wants, before they litigate, is ridiculous.

    I went to our AG and told them to look at my case and it would be a perfect example of what has been going on in District Court’s for decades and it needs to stop.

    My loan was never in default. My late parents note and mortgage were called in when my mother passed away for not having a will and leaving the estate in testate.

    After being appointed the Personal Representative and sole heir, I was legally able to defend the estate pro se.

    I have been pain in their ass, and they have spent more money than this note is worth to beat me down. I won’t let this Bank win for filing a Foreclosure Complaint without a probable cause and fraud.

  6. Mike says:

    Can you help me defend my house pro se?

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